Tag archives for Los Angeles
A generation ago, there was no happy medium between lunch hour at a fast food joint or at a sit-down restaurant — and either option was, and still is, calorie-laden. But companies like sweetgreen are trying to change that.
California-based Meathead Movers has a policy to help victims of domestic abuse move out of any dangerous situation, for free.
Of the 2,400-odd grocery stores that have opened the past four years, less than 10 percent of them are in these so-called food deserts.
The future of water in California, the United States, and really the world, is in toilet-to-tap, otherwise known as water recycling. Yes, as in all that shower, sink and toilet water.
The drought in California continues, so the state is targeting green lawns. But meanwhile, almond farms consume 9 percent of the state's water.
The design firm Perkins + Will released a plan that suggests a 660-acre area northeast of downtown Los Angeles is ripe for investments in urban agriculture.
It is time for mayors and real estate developers to talk about equitable development when discussing "smart growth."
On Friday after months of contentious debate, the California State Senate voted 21-16 on Friday to approve the state’s high-speed rail project. Construction starts next year.
We are excited to announce that Parkman Triangle in Silver Lake, Los Angeles, will be featured at the Venice Biennale later this year.
It is not easy being a genetically challenged 13 year old shih-tzu. But Cosmo holds his own, and still enjoys a long noodle in a timeless Thai Town restaurant.
Yesterday in Los Angeles was CicLAvia, an event held twice a year during which 10 miles of streets are free of cars, so bicyclists, pedestrians, skaters and baby strollers can take them over.
Thanks to CicLAvia, today promises another great bicycling run through Koreatown, Westlake and the outer downtown Los Angeles neighborhoods.