Support for LAist comes from
True LA stories, powered by you
Stay Connected

Jason Goldman

  • Arts and Entertainment
    Thousands of diehard "Twilight" fans from all over the world gathered for several days last week as they awaited an early screening of the first of two films covering the last of four books: "Breaking Dawn - Part 1." If you passed by Chick Hearn Court between Wednesday and Sunday, in the space between the L.A. Live Plaza and the Staples Center, you would have seen two large "tent cities" filled with moviegoers who spent as long as four days outdoors awaiting the film.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Thousands of diehard "Twilight" fans from all over the world gathered for several days last week as they awaited an early screening of the first of two films covering the last of four books: "Breaking Dawn - Part 1." If you passed by Chick Hearn Court between Wednesday and Sunday, in the space between the L.A. Live Plaza and the Staples Center, you would have seen two large "tent cities" filled with moviegoers who spent as long as four days outdoors awaiting the film.
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Thousands of diehard "Twilight" fans from all over the world gathered for several days last week as they awaited an early screening of the first of two films covering the last of four books: "Breaking Dawn - Part 1." If you passed by Chick Hearn Court between Wednesday and Sunday, in the space between the L.A. Live Plaza and the Staples Center, you would have seen two large "tent cities" filled with moviegoers who spent as long as four days outdoors awaiting the film.
  • News
    Retail therapy: It's the answer for almost any problem. Girlfriend broke up with you? Didn't get that promotion? Buy yourself something pretty. People like to shop, especially for high-status items, when they're feeling down. But parting with cash is also a painful process, so what gives? In a new paper in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, researchers Niro Sivanathan of the London Business School and Nathan Pettit of Cornell University describe how they think people resolve this conflict.
  • News
    Retail therapy: It's the answer for almost any problem. Girlfriend broke up with you? Didn't get that promotion? Buy yourself something pretty. People like to shop, especially for high-status items, when they're feeling down. But parting with cash is also a painful process, so what gives? In a new paper in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, researchers Niro Sivanathan of the London Business School and Nathan Pettit of Cornell University describe how they think people resolve this conflict.
  • News
    Retail therapy: It's the answer for almost any problem. Girlfriend broke up with you? Didn't get that promotion? Buy yourself something pretty. People like to shop, especially for high-status items, when they're feeling down. But parting with cash is also a painful process, so what gives? In a new paper in the journal Social Psychological and Personality Science, researchers Niro Sivanathan of the London Business School and Nathan Pettit of Cornell University describe how they think people resolve this conflict.
  • News
    Go Daddy founder and CEO Bob Parsons went on a little hunting trip recently. Parsons, who has been to Africa a number of times on similar hunting trips, was ostensibly working with a tribe in Zimbabwe who had been having trouble with elephants raiding their crops. In an interview with AOL, he said...
  • News
    Go Daddy founder and CEO Bob Parsons went on a little hunting trip recently. Parsons, who has been to Africa a number of times on similar hunting trips, was ostensibly working with a tribe in Zimbabwe who had been having trouble with elephants raiding their crops. In an interview with AOL, he said...
  • News
    Go Daddy founder and CEO Bob Parsons went on a little hunting trip recently. Parsons, who has been to Africa a number of times on similar hunting trips, was ostensibly working with a tribe in Zimbabwe who had been having trouble with elephants raiding their crops. In an interview with AOL, he said...
  • News
    Photo by Christina Frary. Used with Permission Walking into the Equilibrium pilates studio, you can’t help but feel that this isn’t your typical sort of fitness studio. Surrounding the dozen or so pilates contraptions (that appear, on first glance, to be reconstructed from medieval torture devices) are chandeliers, crystal charms, and black-framed mirrors. People generally consider pilates to be a workout system for women and the décor, even if unusual for a gym, appears...

Stories by Jason Goldman

Support for LAist comes from: