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Where Momofuku Chef David Chang Eats When He's In Los Angeles

The chef's love for L.A. has been well-documented.

Where Momofuku Chef David Chang Eats When He's In Los Angeles

The chef's love for L.A. has been well-documented.

This Is What California Looks Like, According To A London Design Museum

Californian artifacts on display range from LSD blotting papers to an early-model iPhone.

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Check out what's happening in Los Angeles this week.

Aparna Nancherla On Her All-Female Comedy Show: 'Really, We're Just Four Humans'

We spoke to Nancherla about "Master of None," meeting her boyfriend on Tinder and comedy in the age of Trump.

California Breaks Up With The U.S. In Dystopian Comic Book Series 'Calexit'

We talk with Matteo Pizzolo, the writer of 'Calexit.'

Anti-ICE Protesters Rally To Demand Sheriff McDonnell Support 'Sanctuary State' Bill

Dozens of protestors rallied outside the East L.A. Sheriff's Department station.

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in L.A. this weekend.

Anyone With An L.A. Public Library Card Can Stream The Criterion Collection

Stream hundreds of films from Criterion's unparalleled collection, for free.

L.A. Drained The Owens Valley Of Its Water, Now The Valley Is Fighting To Reclaim Its Land

Inyo county has initiated eminent domain proceedings over three sites owned by the Department of Water and Power.

L.A. Drained The Owens Valley Of Its Water, Now The Valley Is Fighting To Reclaim Its Land

Inyo county has initiated eminent domain proceedings over three sites owned by the Department of Water and Power.

The 10 Best Bagels In Los Angeles

Contrary to what the rest of the country may believe, L.A. knows how to make a good bagel.

Six SoCal Motels You Can Buy Right Now That Would Be Ideal For Starting A Cult

Ideal breeding grounds for your dream religion/artists' colony!

Ending DACA Would Have Disproportionate Effect On California, Home To More DREAM-ers Than Any Other State

DHS Secretary Kelly questioned the future of the DACA program Wednesday during a closed-door meeting with the Congressional Hispanic Caucus.

People Are Going Crazy Over The Mar Vista 'Road Diet'

Some say that it has made the street safer for pedestrians and cyclists, while others complain that it has increased traffic congestion.

If You Want To Beat The Lines At Disneyland, Go On A Thursday

To maximize ride time, pick a Thursday in September—and avoid Saturdays at all costs.

County Leaders Denounce Exide Cleanup Plan As Inadequate

Supervisor Hilda Solis said she was "deeply disheartened" by the final plan.

LAUSD Board Member Salaries Nearly Tripled To $125,000

The new salary was voted on by a city commission that meets every five years to review the pay and benefits of LAUSD school board members.

This L.A. Bakery Put Ube Ice Cream In Their Doughnuts

The halo is Sweet B's signature ice cream-filled doughnut.

Chicago's Famed Harold's Chicken To Open In Hollywood This Summer

The fried chicken spot of choice for former President Barack Obama and countless others.

How Does Costco's 'Shake Shack' Burger Stack Up Against An Actual Shake Shack Burger?

We also compare it with a Double Double, simply because we can.

Cauliflower Zeppole, Chorizo Chowder, And More Of The Best Dishes Coming To July's Dine L.A.

The biannual foodie "holiday" kicks off its summer run on July 14.

Photos: Spire 73's Rooftop Views Stretch From Catalina Island To The San Gabriel Mountains

The rooftop bar is the tallest open-air bar in the western hemisphere.

Expo Line Hits Ridership Goal 13 Years Ahead Of Projections

Weekday daily ridership figures for June surpassed the 64,000 mark.

Cauliflower Zeppole, Chorizo Chowder, And More Of The Best Dishes Coming To July's Dine L.A.

The biannual foodie "holiday" kicks off its summer run on July 14.

Photos: Spire 73's Rooftop Views Stretch From Catalina Island To The San Gabriel Mountains

The rooftop bar is the tallest open-air bar in the western hemisphere.

Expo Line Hits Ridership Goal 13 Years Ahead Of Projections

Weekday daily ridership figures for June surpassed the 64,000 mark.

Echo Park Gold Room Rebrands As Expensive Cocktail Bar

The iconic bar has a fresh new look.

20 Awesome Events In Los Angeles This Week

Check 'em out! Here are 20 cool events happening in L.A. this week.

The New Luxury Hotel In California's Tallest Building Has A Sky Lobby And A Retro Chic Pool

Guests will have easy access to both a steakhouse and a rotating sushi bar.

The New Luxury Hotel In California's Tallest Building Has A Sky Lobby And A Retro Chic Pool

Guests will have easy access to both a steakhouse and a rotating sushi bar.

Here Are All The Set Times For FYF Fest 2017

The festival is in less than three weeks.

At Least 7 Different SoCal Heat Records Were Either Broken Or Tied On Friday

Even more records are expected to bite the dust on Saturday.

Multiple Alligators And Venomous Snakes Found At Thousand Oaks Home

The warrant was executed after two cobras appeared in the neighborhood over a three-year period.

The Best 'Everyday' Dinner Spots In Los Angeles

When you're not looking for a special occasion, just something comfortable and consistent.

The Best 'Everyday' Dinner Spots In Los Angeles

When you're not looking for a special occasion, just something comfortable and consistent.

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Things To Do In Los Angeles

Here's what's cool to do in L.A. this hot weekend.

Salazar Is Still Worth The Wait After More Than A Year In Frogtown

The Mexican restaurant's wide, breezy outdoor seating area used to be a Mazda repair shop.

Why Jared Leto Wants Everyone In America To Send Him Their 4th Of July Videos

"I think it's an important time to hold up a mirror and take a cold, hard look at ourselves."

What 20 L.A. Neighborhoods Look Like Through The Eyes Of Metro Artists

.Created in the tradition of colorful travel destination posters, the works are displayed on board Metro trains and buses.

ICE Increases Attendance At Local Recruiting Events Ahead Of 'Hiring Surge'

Fear of increased immigration enforcement has had a chilling effect in some L.A. communities.

Meet The Woman Behind Compton's First Black-Owned Grocery Store

Kia Patterson is a 36-year-old Compton resident.

Photos: How L.A. Celebrates Independence Day, From 1873 To Today

From fireworks on the beach to parades of all kinds, this is how the city has celebrated for more than a century.

Video: See What Sunset Boulevard Looked Like In 1984, Gloriously Shot On A Borrowed 16mm Camera

Plus, music by Duran Duran, The Pretenders, X, and Bananarama.

Where To Grab Last-Minute Meats For Your 4th Of July BBQ

These specialty butchers will all be open on the 4th.

Where To Grab Last-Minute Meats For Your 4th Of July BBQ

These specialty butchers will all be open on the 4th.

A Guide to Home-Style Filipino Food in L.A.

And where to eat on Vermont Avenue's unofficial East Hollywood Filipino food corridor.

Here's What's Coming To All The Streaming Platforms In July

Mr. Robot Season 2, Game of Thrones Season 7, Rogue One, and more.

Homelessness Affects 1 In 5 Students At L.A. Community Colleges, Says Survey

In the same survey, 65% of respondents said that they couldn't afford to eat a balanced meal.

Beat The Heat With L.A.'s Nine Best Milkshakes

L.A.'s milkshakes bring all the boys to the...you know what, never mind, we already regret this pun.

Lawyers Plan To Be At LAX Tomorrow Ahead Of Partial Travel Ban Reinstatement [Updated]

Trump's travel ban is set to be partially reinstated on Thursday morning.

City Council Approves Plan To Rename Rodeo Road For Obama

There are also plans to rename a section of the 134 Freeway for Obama.

Embattled Orange County Sheriff Announces Plans To Retire

The announcement follows an ACLU report alleging violence, abuse, overcrowding and other inhumane living conditions in Orange County jails during Hutchens' tenure.

Photos: Anti-'Sanctuary City' Protester Arrested For Brandishing Gun After Cudahy City Council Meeting

The small city of Cudahy has become an unlikely flashpoint in the "sanctuary city" debate.

Downtown L.A. Streetcar May Be Delayed Again, Pushed Back To 2021

At one point, it was said that the streetcar could arrive by 2014.

Barbara Jean Serves Up 'Globally-Inspired' Soul Food Along Melrose

"I want it to be fine dining, but not pretentious. I want my guests to feel hugged when they walk in."

Barbara Jean Serves Up 'Globally-Inspired' Soul Food Along Melrose

"I want it to be fine dining, but not pretentious. I want my guests to feel hugged when they walk in."

L.A. City Council Paves Way For 2021 Opening Of $1.2 Billion Lucas Museum

They paved parking lots, and put up paradise...in the form of a George Lucas Museum.

City Takes On Carl's Jr. For Allegedly Failing To Pay Workers Minimum Wage

The city is seeking $1.45 million in fines and restitutions from the company.

Photographic Proof Of Why The Line At Eggslut Is Actually Worth It

"This might have been the best breakfast sandwich I've ever had."

Photographic Proof Of Why The Line At Eggslut Is Actually Worth It

"This might have been the best breakfast sandwich I've ever had."

Photos: Tom Petty, Weezer, And L.A. Eats At The Arroyo Seco Weekend Music Festival

Also, Mumford and Sons, The Shins, Charles Bradley, and Broken Social Scene.

20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles This Week

Check out what's happening in L.A. this week.

Netflix's 'Glow' Explores Female Identity & '80s Nostalgia

It's a breezy, charming Netflix bingewatch.

ICE Locks Down Immigrant Detention Facility After Interfaith Group Holds Prayer Circle

Families who were already inside the facility visiting detained relatives were also forced to leave.

L.A. City Council Approves $2 Million Contribution To Legal Fund For Immigrants Facing Deportation

The County approved a $3 million contribution earlier this week.

L.A. City Council Approves $2 Million Contribution To Legal Fund For Immigrants Facing Deportation

The County approved a $3 million contribution earlier this week.

Netflix's 'Glow' Explores Female Identity & '80s Nostalgia

It's a breezy, charming Netflix bingewatch.

The L.A. Culinary Scene Is Having A Major Israeli Moment

A new wave of Israeli restaurants has elevated the cuisine to the foodie mainstream.

Photos: Rhythm Room Brings Old-School Speakeasy Charm To Downtown

"We want to create a culture where people can read a book, talk, play games."

The L.A. Culinary Scene Is Having A Major Israeli Moment

A new wave of Israeli restaurants has elevated the cuisine to the foodie mainstream.

Photos: Rhythm Room Brings Old-School Speakeasy Charm To Downtown

"We want to create a culture where people can read a book, talk, play games."

Weekend Planner: 20 Awesome Events Happening In Los Angeles

Here's what's happening in L.A. this weekend.

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