We searched the city to find the 30 best family-friendly activities, from museums and aquariums to a tiny railway.
"They’re trying to evict us," said one camp resident. "We’re here taking a stand."
The first phase of the revamped waterfront could open as early as 2021.
Two kitchens, an outdoor fireplace, and a stunning sun room.
It’s ready for a new chapter.
From Long Beach to Burbank, and all priced at $699,000 or less.
Built in 1967, the newly renovated home was designed by architect James Allen Walter.
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It’s like a mini Senate Bill 50, and in less than three years, the program has spurred plans for 20,000 new apartments.
Three-bedrooms, hardwood floors, and a swimming pool.
It’s always important to gather accurate data for LA’s homeless count—but this is the year that our unhoused neighbors need us most.
What it’s like for RV dwellers during a city-sanctioned cleanup.
With jaw-dropping views of Catalina.
Most of the neighborhoods are in South Los Angeles.
If it hadn’t been for what was observed after Northridge, and the Getty’s commitment, nothing might have been fixed.
A new report finds they produce a disproportionate amount of greenhouse gas emissions in California.
The rear house could be used as a rental unit or home studio.
Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.
"If our primary mission is to create a strong sanitation program, [outreach] has to take somewhat of a back seat," one councilmember said.
From Chatsworth to North Hollywood, these are the game-changing developments headed to the Valley.
Now state lawmakers could shake up the status quo.
The "four aging buildings" are slated to be torn down early this year.