Results tagged “Lori Galarreta”

Quick Tips On How To Stay Sane In A Pandemic, From A Psychologist

A few tips and tricks for you and your kids.

The Autry Museum Wants To Collect Your Coronavirus Artifacts To Document These Strange Times

They're asking the public (that's you) to submit journals, face masks, craft projects and photographs.

Historic Hollywood Bookstore Launches GoFundMe To Stay Alive During Covid Shutdown

An 82-year-old bookshop is relying on community donations to stay afloat during coronavirus shut-down.

LA Love Stories For Valentine's Day

We asked you to share your tales of romance. Here's what we heard.

The Little Known History Behind LA's Most Tolerable Freeway

It used to be called the Beverly Hills Freeway.

Vroman's Book Signing With 'American Dirt' Author Jeanine Cummins Is Canceled

The author had been scheduled to talk about her controversial novel on Tuesday night.

Haunted LA: Angelenos Share Their Spookiest Tales

Just try to get through this post without getting chills.

California Community Colleges' Big Plan To Help More Students Succeed Is Off To A Slow Start

In the 2017-2018 academic year, the number of students earning degrees increased by less than one percent, and the system saw just a three percent rise in transfers to UC and Cal State schools.

These LA Artists Want To Dismantle The Valley Girl Cliché

An exhibit in Glendale wants to put an end to the decades-old L.A. stereotype.

Dear LAist: What Happens To Orphaned Bumpers On The Side Of The Road?

We tagged along with a Caltrans crew to get some answers.

Dear LAist: How Do I Talk To Kids About Homelessness?

Homelessness is evident everywhere in Los Angeles County. But how to talk to young kids about why so many people are living on the street?

P-22 Is OK, But The Woolsey Fire Has Turned The Santa Monica Mountains Into A 'Moonscape'

The fire burned roughly 88 percent of the national park land. Two mountain lions and a bobcat have not yet been located.

Dear LAist: Why Does LA Tap Water Seem To Cause More Calcium Build-Up?

L.A.'s water comes to the city from many different sources and it's those sources that can determine just how much calcium carbonate makes its way to your faucet.

These Alhambra Students' Schoolwork Went From The Classroom To The Halls Of Congress

Here's how a high school civics teacher turned tragedy into a teaching moment.

Room 8, The Cat That Adopted An Echo Park School, Died 50 Years Ago Today

He was a stray cat that wandered into Elysian Elementary in the 1950s -- and the loving tributes to him last through today.

Meet Adonis, The New Mountain Lion In Town. He's Kind Of A Big Deal

The discovery of a striking young male puma could mean kittens are on the way.

Amusement Park Food Was Boring. Then Disneyland Opened

Here's how Walt Disney's food sensibilities shaped the landscape of modern American eats.

How Suzanne Goin Runs Her Kitchen In The #MeToo Era

The award-winning chef celebrates Lucques' 20th anniversary and shares the recipe to being a lady boss.

LA Official On Koreatown Neighborhood Council Election: 'We Have Not Seen Anything Like This Before'

Democracy got a little weird in Koreatown Tuesday night with a neighborhood council subdivision election that was hyped up by misleading flyers and community tension.

This LA Bike Tour Serves Up Boyle Heights History, Plus Tacos

Biking gives you a different view of the city. You see and notice more. And you get hungry. That’s what it’s all about for Arturo Palacios.

A Southern California Accent? As If!

One linguistic expert calls it "The California Shift," which has to do with how we rotate our vowels.

No, Koreatown Won't Be Split Up By Little Bangladesh. Here's What Tuesday's Vote Is Actually About

There are some nasty rumors spreading about Tuesday's Koreatown subdivision election. Here's what is actually happening.

Bidi Bidi Nom Nom On These Selena-Themed Donuts

This family-run Downey shop donut sprinkles nostalgia on all their treats.