News | In The News

Hilary track and updates: 1st ever tropical storm watch issued in Southern California

Hilary, now a powerful Category 4 hurricane, is expected to make landfall in Mexico's Baja California on Sunday.

Food & Drink | Food & Drink

The 7 Wackiest Restaurants In Southern California Where Dining Is A Blast

Why just eat when you can dine somewhere quirky and unusual? Get ready for fun when you visit these wacky restaurants in Southern California.

Miscellaneous | Disneyland History

Do you remember these phased out Disneyland rides and attractions?

The Disneyland magic seems to stand the test of time even though the park has undergone several renovations since its opening on July 17, 1955. During those times, some fan-favorite rides and attractions got a facelift or were cut by the big mouse himself

News | Israel & The Jewish Community

Education Department Investigates Allegations USC Ignored Anti-Semitic Harassment

The Education Department formally launched an investigation on Tuesday into allegations the University of Southern California (USC) fomented "a hostile environment of anti-Semitism" on its campus that forced a Jewish student government official to resign

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

46 Totally Fun Things To Do in L.A. This Week You Need to Know About (9-30-19 to 10-4-19)

This week, from Monday, September 30 to Friday, October 4, features Nights of the Jack, a Tito’s Vodka & Tito’s Tacos party, Freeform’s Halloween Town, Alpine Village Oktoberfest, Dumpling & Beer Festival, Haunted Little Tokyo and MUCH more.

Travel | Travel

The Best Weekend Trips from Los Angeles | Departures

These are the best quick getaways from Los Angeles, whether you want a weekend at the beach, to hike in the mountains, or visit a new city.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

California City: A utopian dream turned ghost town - Curbed

A developer dreamed of transforming California desert into a futuristic dream city—then came the lawsuits.

News | News

USC Students Demanded a Professor Get Fired For Supporting Due Process and Suggesting That 'Accusers Sometimes Lie'

Students at the University of Southern California rallied to get professor James Moore fired, because he sent an email supporting due process in sexual assault cases and suggesting that "accusers sometimes lie."

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Los Angeles, Moscow top list of most congested cities | News | DW.COM | 20.02.2017

A US study shows that drivers in Los Angeles spend the most time stuck in traffic of any in the world. Although it was mostly US cities that scored badly for congestion, three European cities are also highly clogged.

News | News

Leopard shark falls from sky onto Calif. golf course

2-pound leopard shark apparently plucked from ocean by bird then dropped on golf course; Employees take it safely back to sea

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

See How Amazing Downtown LA Will Look if They Build a Park Over the 101 Freeway

There hasn't been much movement of note on the plan to cap the 101 Freeway through Downtown since way back in 2013, when the Los Angeles City Council voted...

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

22 Of Our Favorite Events In Los Angeles This Week: LAist

Here are 22 of our favorite events happening in Los Angeles this week. We’ll be back on Thursday with our Weekend Planner column to help you plan—what else?— the weekend ahead. And don’t check out the April Guide or the Best Night Out in Los Angeles for other events

Sports | Sports

USC baseball makes statement with wins over three top-10 teams

With No. 1 Vanderbilt , No. 4 UCLA and No. 6 Texas Christian in the Dodger Stadium College Baseball Classic field, the unranked USC Trojans were more of an afterthought entering the weekend.

Sports | Sports

Trojan Bats Explode in 10-1 Series-Sweeping Victory Over Fordham

The USC baseball team continued their winning ways on Sunday afternoon at Dedeaux Field, defeating Fordham 10-1 to complete the sweep and stay undefeated on the season at 12-0.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Your Ultimate Guide To December: 20 Cool Events Happening In Los Angeles: LAist

Here are 20 cool events happening in L.A. in December.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Why People Keep Trying to Erase the Hollywood Sign From Google Maps

The Hollywood Sign might be one of the most recognizable things on Earth. In Los Angeles, it's also one of the most visible. You can see it from a plane as you glide into LAX. You can see it from a car as you drive up the 101 freeway. But a group of peopl

History | Historic Los Angeles

How Los Angeles Neighborhoods Got Their Names | Mental Floss

The divide between the different neighborhoods of Los Angeles can feel like one between cities, and in some cases—like West Hollywood, Santa Monica, Beverly Hills, and Culver City—it literally is. But residents of L.A. really do place stock in the neighborhood they live in, whether it be on the Westside or Eastside, downtown or nestled in the hills.

Miscellaneous | Los Angeles Stuff

Video: Magic Mountain's Colossus Roller Coaster To Be Reborn As Modern Hybrid 'Twisted Colossus': LAist

Magic Mountain's Colossus will ride once again, as the theme park will revive the classic wooden coaster with a more modern and thrilling style in 2015.

Miscellaneous | The Hometown

Quakes are increasing, but scientists aren't sure what it means

No, it's not your imagination: The Los Angeles area is feeling more earthquakes this year.