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Los Angeles gets $19M for LA river bike path

State grants will help complete a path along all 51 miles of the LA River.

MOCA admission will be free soon

The museum’s new director says "museums should not be ivory towers."

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An American design wiz in Copenhagen makes the most of ‘Denmark’s Craigslist’

And the finds are as good as you’d expect.

Winsome 1930s traditional near Elysian Park asking $1.9M

A little slice of country in the big city.

Northern half of Blue Line will shut down in June, affecting 30,000 riders

During the shutdown, 7th Street/Metro Center will also be closed to Expo Line riders for 60 days.

Two-bedroom unit in pretty Mid-City fourplex seeks $719K

The unit offers privacy, parking, and a laundry room.

Lovingly cared for 1930s Spanish bungalow asks $849K in Highland Park

Just off York Boulevard, the two-bedroom is a charmer.

Work on Sportsmen’s Lodge redevelopment to get underway in August

Opening in fall 2020, the retail center will have an Equinox and an Erewhon.

LA Councilmember David Ryu says Rowena road diet should stay

Not only that—he’s proposing protected bike lanes on the Silver Lake street.

California transit density proposal SB 50 on pause until 2020

The senate appropriations committee decided not to consider the bill this year. "We’re very disappointed, to say the least," a spokesperson for Sen. Scott Wiener says.

How Crenshaw became black LA’s main street

"Crenshaw Boulevard is the main street of black LA. Has been, still is, and hopefully always will be."

The musical heyday of Laurel Canyon

In the 1960s, there was an "amazing tribal life" among musicians like Joni Mitchell and Carole King.

The notorious Los Feliz murder house is looking for a new owner

Cash offers only.

10 Los Angeles renters’ rights your landlord doesn't want you to know

Expert advice on how to deal with slow repairs, bad landlords, and weird move-out notices.

Take a look at the eight-story office, residential project planned near Arts District Soho Warehouse

106 live/work units, including nine for very low-income households.

Metro had aimed to install a bus-only lane this year—but will it actually happen?

The mayor has joked that bus-only lanes in Los Angeles are only "slightly less controversial than congestion pricing."

A complete guide to LA’s Grand Central Market

We’ll help you navigate the historic and ever-popular food hall with insider knowhow and fascinating tidbits.

Eagle Rock compound with geodesic dome seeks $1.7M

Dome, sweet dome.

The U.S. has an affordable housing crisis. Here’s why

Market forces, policy decisions, and demographic changes have converged, making it more difficult to increase affordable housing for renters and buyers in U.S. cities.

Free legal help for tenants who get eviction notices? LA poised to budget $3M for it

That’s enough money to help about 195 tenants on the verge of getting booted from their homes.

Rambling Tudor Revival with showbiz ties seeks $9M in Benedict Canyon

The former residence of legendary talent manager Sandy Gallin, whose stable of clients included Cher, Dolly Parton, and Barbra Streisand.

Grand 1907 Craftsman with stone fireplace asks $2.2M in Pasadena

The handsome residence was built for a turn-of-the-century homebuilder.

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The famous authors map of Los Angeles

The favorite LA haunts of literary legends like Joan Didion and Charles Bukowski.

With ‘Bad Guy,’ Billie Eilish shines a spotlight on the Valley’s Balboa Highlands

The midcentury modern neighborhood built by Joseph Eichler has a starring role.

Walking is LA’s future—but the city keeps designing streets for cars

It’s the only way to climate-proof Los Angeles streets.

What $4,000 rents you in LA right now

Five houses and apartments in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Echo Park to Westwood. Which would you rent?

How many more Downtown LA hotels will get tax breaks from the city?

LA is on track to build more than 9,100 hotel rooms near the Convention Center. To get there, it has doled out subsidies totaling well over $600 million.

21 things to do in and around Palm Springs

Spend a weekend discovering hidden folk art, famous architecture, and striking landscapes.

Megamansion developer who built Beyonce, Jay-Z’s house now overhauling Hollywood motel

The Coral Sands Motel used to be a gay cruising spot.

LA has ‘the best Koreatown outside of Korea’

How one immigrant’s enterprising vision transformed the neighborhood into a bustling Korean-led mini city.

LA built more housing than any other California city in 2018

But is it enough to address the city’s affordability crisis?

LA’s ‘most recognizable and beloved’ building

The Griffith Observatory has enraptured Los Angeles since the day it opened 84 years ago.

Eye-catching Pasadena post and beam asks $1.1M

The 1950s residence has beamed ceilings and walls of glass.

Here’s what $550K buys around LA

See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Long Beach to Glendale.

A midcentury gem gets a polish in LA

Architect Doug Rucker designed this dreamy 1964 house in Laurel Canyon, and one couple set out to update it.

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Mapped: The towers that will redefine LA’s skyline

Los Angeles might not be known for its skyscrapers, but that could change.

Drastic new look for Downtown tower, now planned to rise 45 stories

The tower—which would hold housing, restaurants, and a charter school—now has stepped-back levels with landscaped terraces.

Judge allowing construction to start on Venice homeless shelter—despite residents’ efforts to stop it

But a lawsuit challenging the city’s approval of the shelter will continue. "The city is certainly proceeding at its own risk," the judge says.

Why is it so chilly in Los Angeles?

It has been abnormally cool this month, according to the Weather Service.