Is print dead? Not at this indie bookstore publishing L.A.’s untold stories

Donato Martinez reads his poetry at the Libros Lincoln Heights bookshop. On a Saturday evening in…

L.A. Affairs: I almost kissed my ex-boyfriend. Did I have feelings for him again?

As we walked back to our cars after the party, my ex-boyfriend said, “I have something…

L.A. Affairs: I found love in a truly hopeless place. Yes, the office

Heartbroken after a breakup that was long overdue, crushed by a stalled entertainment industry and depressed…

Las Vegas’ new must-see show plays with animation, dance and what it means to be human

Las Vegas —  There are multiple dance duets in “Particle Ink: House of Shattered Prisms,” a mixed-media…

How to have the best Sunday in L.A., according to Michaela Jaé Rodriguez

Since bursting onto the Hollywood scene with memorable performances in shows like “Nurse Jackie” and the…

Are you in an age-gap friendship? We want to hear from you

Despite a 58-year age difference, Reita Green and Beverly Pate have been best friends and business…

Weed changed this California town. Now artsy residents are all in on psychedelics

On a brisk mid-March night in the small Northern California town of Grass Valley, more than…

The benefits of dressing up to stay in — and why they outweigh dressing up to go out

I only sleep in silk. It’s a bit of a dirty secret. This isn’t the type…

Do you love your waterbed? We want to hear from you

The waterbed was invented by a San Francisco State University graduate student in 1969, and it…

Meow Wolf supercharged the way we experience art. Is L.A. ready for the wild ride?

A Meow Wolf exhibition is designed as a dream space, a walk-through floor-to-ceiling collection of psychedelic…

L.A. Affairs: He said having sex with me was like eating salad. Excuse me?

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Tarot is everywhere. But her fresh decks are ‘a little less caftan, a little more rock ‘n’ roll’

It’s the first Sunday morning of spring in the Wilshire-Montana neighborhood of Santa Monica and local…

Zip, zoom and soar in L.A.’s extraordinary new playground for bike riders

On a rainy Sunday morning in Inglewood, while most of the sprawling Edward Vincent Jr. Park…

Inside the secret poker games opening doors in L.A.’s art scene

Artist Sarah Kim belongs to a poker group of up-and-coming art-world denizens. Part poker group, part…

The L.A. laundromat offers something special and rare: a home away from home

The laundromat is the perfect place to cry in public. I’m here now, crying as I…

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