For our first podcast episode, we discuss the absurd 1997 disaster flick Volcano, which, as it turns out, has a lot to say about ’90s Los Angeles and its new subway line.
The southern tip of Los Angeles offers much for the visitor, from beautiful coastline to hilly neighborhoods to fascinating historical sites and surprising finds.
With the start of the Spring Semester at UCLA, we head to Westwood for a walking tour of what this active neighborhood has to offer.
Most of our readers are likely familiar with LA’s transit system, but for those who aren’t, your first time riding transit can be intimidating. In this guide, we explain how to safely and courteously ride LA’s transit system.
Leslie Frank explores Los Angeles with her iPhone camera. She finds her subjects by chance, but imbues her photography with stories and emotion by pure skill. After calling her during covid restrictions, we learn how she keeps her practice going despite the limitations.
Hidden above the Arroyo Seco Freeway is a stone castle, which was once the home of the fascinating character who founded the Southwest Museum.
Just above the tourist trap of Hollywood Boulevard is a beautiful neighborhood with the most scenic stairway walk in Los Angeles.
Inside a nondescript office building in Downtown Los Angeles is a fascinating museum devoted to something we all tend to take for granted.
In one corner of Griffith Park is a beautiful garden with water flowing all year long. It’s a short walk from a subway station and makes for the perfect hike to the Griffith Observatory.
How do we safely use transit during a pandemic?