First Stop: Four Must-Try Destinations For Dessert In L.A.’s Koreatown
Koreatown's treasures for the sweet tooth include Kinder Bueno chocolate crepes, Oaxacan Dia De Los Muertos ice cream, strawberry mochi donuts, and coffee-flavor bingsoo.
Headlines: L.A. Inspector General Directs Sheriff’s Deputies To Expose Their “Executioners” and Banditos” Gang Tattoos and Identify Other Alleged LASD Gang Members
Thirty-five deputies are being asked to show their legs below the knee and to identify any colleagues known to have Sheriff's Department gang tattoos or history, among other demands.
After 80 Years, L.A. Formally Denounces The Racism of The “Zoot Suit Riots”
A motion brought by Supervisor Hilda Solis was unanimously approved to denounce "the devastation of the Zoot Suit Riots, recognize [it] as a dark chapter in Los Angeles County's history, and recommit to fighting against racial discrimination.''
The Seven Best Tacos in El Monte
After our taco renaissance of 2020, | dare say El Monte's Five Points intersection rivaled any taco row in East L.A. or South Central. Don't get mad, foo, you weren't there.
Headlines: North Hollywood Dancers Form First Labor Union For Strippers
After a year of protests, dancers at the Star Garden Topless Dive in North Hollywood have started forming the only union for strippers in the U.S.
L.A.’s 11 Best Places For Drinking Masa-Based Tejuino From a Range of Regions
A fermented, fizzy, corn masa beverage traditionally from Western Mexico and recognized for indigenous origins, tejuino packs a punch and delivers refreshing complexity with every sip. Here are L.A.'s best.
Headlines: See Eric Garcetti’s “Cringe-y” Intro Video As Ambassador To India
L.A's former Mayor is already giving high fives to kids, wearing hard hats at construction sites, and getting picked last for cricket teams.
‘Trash-Mex’ Is a Film Festival Highlighting Mexico’s Horror Films With Cult Followings
Tales of terror and witchcraft, sensational heroics versus evil monsters, and true-to-life grit and drama with unchecked machismo and explosive action. If you are a horror movie fanatic, there is a new film festival in town to check out. It includes some rare films that never even had a proper theatrical run until now.
Headlines: The Plant Chica, A West Adams Latina-Owned Plant Shop, Faces ‘Closure Due To Gentrification’
"We are determined to find a new space in our community, but the prices are soaring due to gentrification. It's becoming increasingly difficult to find affordable spaces for small businesses like ours."
Still Got It: These Eight Breweries Have Been Open For More Than a Decade and Helped Put Greater L.A. On the Craft Beer Map
Currently, California has over 1,100 breweries and, counting, the most in the country. From Craftsman to Three Weavers, these O.G.s have brought home gold, silver, and bronze from beer festivals around the country with some of the state's most memorable and delicious beers. They’ve grown devoted local craft beer followings with steady consistency and the communities they cultivate.