Over much of its 50 miles, the LA River isn’t much of a river. But it's a home to wildlife and people, a backdrop for movie shoots, and a symbol of Los Angeles.
Jul. 11from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
Amy Scattergood of the LA Times remembers her partnership with Jonathan Gold, one year after his passing. Eater releases its Best New Restaurants list.
Jul. 19from Good Food
Designer Greg Chait explains his cashmere lifestyle with his luxury line "The Elder Statesman".
Jul. 19from The Treatment
Even for a classically focused theatre company like Antaeus, their new play “Caucasian Chalk Circle” feels dated.
Jul. 15from Opening the Curtain
Playwright Geraldine Inoa’s stunning play “Scraps” is haunted by a character we never meet. Don't miss this powerful production.
Jul. 8from Opening the Curtain
It may sound counter-intuitive, but earthquakes are one of the natural phenomena that have made California great.
Jul. 18from Zócalo's Connecting California
Edward Goldman talks about a week full of extraordinary dance performances on stage and on screen.
Jul. 16from Art Talk
Hunter Drohojowska-Philp talks about Lit Lit festival and Tosh Berman’s memoir
Jul. 18from Art Talk
Utility companies were to blame for some of the terrible fires that have happened over the last couple of years.
Jul. 8from Greater LA
Frank Lloyd Wright’s Hollyhock House has become Southern California's first UNESCO World Heritage site.
Jul. 16from Design and Architecture