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Tio's Tacos In Riverside Hides A Vast Outdoor Sculpture Museum

Martin Sanchez's hundreds of sculptures, made from recycled materials, are worth the drive.

This Empty, Historic DTLA Building Will Soon Get New Life As Retail And Office Space (Plus A Rooftop Bar)

The former home of Desmond's department store will be transformed into retail and office space, plus a restaurant and rooftop bar.

This Man Built A Massive Christmas Village Inside A Regular Sized Garage

Dominico Masdea got the idea for the winter wonderland from his church in southern Italy.

Getting A 110-Foot-Tall Christmas Tree To The Citadel Outlet Is Even More Complicated Than You Think

The massive tree gets filled out with branches from other trees that are placed in holes all over the trunk.

What The New LA Times Food Editor Learned From Jonathan Gold

Peter Meehan, the co-founder and editor of now defunct food mag Lucky Peach, scored the coveted gig. And he was pals with Jonathan Gold.

How Explaining Consent To Silver Lake Third Graders Became Part Of The National Conversation

Liz Kleinrock's lesson got a lot of attention when she posted a classroom chart on Instagram and Facebook last month.

The Case For Preserving All Of The LA Times' Former HQ

Five former L.A. Times buildings at the intersection of First and Spring streets might become monuments -- getting in the way of redevelopment.

Hope Grows At The Once 'Magical' Site Of LA's South Central Farm

Urban farm advocates filed a lawsuit against the city and PIMA Alameda Partners, a clothing company planning to build an industrial park on the land. The advocates say that development plans are in violation of the California Environmental Quality Act.

Now The Story Of 'Pageant Of The Masters': From Laguna Beach Sideshow To 'Arrested Development'

For art lovers craving something out of the box, there's a show this summer with your name on it.

Why LA's Citadel Looks Like An Ancient Assyrian Palace

The regal facade along the 5 Freeway has ancient roots.