Adrian Glick-Kudler is the former editor of Curbed LA and West Coast Features Editor.
Though Los Angeles isn't exactly overflowing with park space, it is home to some of the largest urban parks in America—as well as quite a few that you might miss if you happen to blink while driving by. Let's take a look at some of those tiny parks.
Larchmont is defined primarily by the single long strip of Larchmont Boulevard, lined with diagonal parking, wide sidewalks, coffee shops, toy stores, expensive boutiques, and dog bakeries.
Artists Random International made the request on Twitter last night and the museum was happy to oblige. Today the rain falls purple in honor and memory of Prince and it's sexy and ethereal just like he would've wanted.
Stoner comedy was born in LA and its elements are embedded in the DNA of the city: the vast system of well-patrolled roadways inevitably attracts the high, the paranoid, the awe-seeking, and the poor schmucks being chased down by the LAPD.
Rents in March weren't too far past the rents in February, but year over year they've made huge jumps. Meanwhile, the city as a whole has zoomed past Chicago to become the seventh most expensive rental market in the US.
Los Angeles's most entertaining homeowners association seems like it might be getting its act together, but at least the old leadership of the Bel-Air Association is going out in a blaze of restraining orders, nasty emails, and disappearing files.
There's a high-rise trend emerging in City West, with this fancy 36-story apartment building leading the way. It'll be joined by a seven-story extended-stay hotel. This is the first look we're getting at renderings for the project.
The Long Beach aquarium announced a big, undulating expansion yesterday, revealing plans for a new wing they're calling Pacific Visions. The 29,000-square-foot addition will include a number of flashy components, including an immersive theater.
Ahead of his Jimmy Kimmel appearance Tuesday night, Bernie Sanders proved his man-of-the-people cred by hitting the nightmarish sidewalks of Hollywood Boulevard, taking selfies and looking annoyed, just like every other tourist.