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A dramatic decision by a little-known planning agency may impact how much new housing goes up in your city.
Dec. 3from Design and Architecture
LA District Attorney Jackie Lacey this week dismissed 66,000 marijuana-related convictions in the county.
Feb. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Every Wednesday, diverse activists congregate outside the Farmer John’s slaughterhouse in Vernon to pay respect to pigs before their final moments.
Feb. 6from Greater LA
An artist collaborates with musicians to perform her sculptures; ceramic sculptures are made with radio antennas and air filters; and three brothers exhibit in their family’s former…
Feb. 4from Arts & Culture Stories
LA County District Attorney Jackie Lacey announced that she’s moving to dismiss 66,000 marijuana convictions dating back to 1961.
Feb. 13from Greater LA
Carl Goldman and Jeri Seratti-Goldman say the experience won’t stop them from cruising in the future.
Feb. 13from KCRW Features
On this Martin Luther King, Jr. Day, we replay some of our favorite episodes. Local poets share their work and discuss LA's spoken word scene.
Jan. 20from Greater LA
At one worship service, the choir sings Beyonce’s hits to share messages of female empowerment, freedom, and spirituality.
Feb. 11from Greater LA
Angelenos have long criticized Pershing Square as hideous, dated, and user-unfriendly. Redesign plans have languished over the years.
Feb. 4from Greater LA
Browse the pop-up galleries at the LA Art Show; participate in a symposium on climate change and the built environment; browse and shop for fine art prints antiquarian books; see films…
Feb. 3from Design and Architecture