Every once in a while you have one of those nights that exceeds every expectation you had. The kind of adventure that, while it's happening, you're pinching yourself to check if it's still real.
LA photographer Brad Elterman looks back on some of the beautiful men who have posed at his house and shares new photos of San Diego skater and model Justin Gossman.
A close look at the kitschy tourist attraction that reflects what LA is, and what it wishes it could be.
Tijuana's mod scene might be tiny, but that hasn't stopped them from throwing parties every month or raising their kids to keep on carrying the torch.
The Oscar-nominated actress is one of the most underrated talents of the 70s, a bombshell who left behind a sensational body of work, literally and figuratively.
A guide tour through the largest, strangest, and most cluttered collection of bunny paraphernalia ever assembled.
Moving to a new apartment makes you realize that, even though you got a new place, you're still filling it with the same old shit.
News reports on protests that focus on broken windows or a shop's momentary loss of income are missing the broader context of why people take to the streets to demand change.
We investigate the future of love and sex in the digital age—including the evolution of the porn industry, "teledildonics," and the very real possibility of virtual romances.
To celebrate LGBT lives, we're creating a new photo column called "Being Gay Is Beautiful in..." about how great it is to be queer in cities around the globe.
In the first installment of his new column, Los Angeles legend Brad Elterman revisits the sites of his 1978 photos of Joan Jett with French singer Soko, who wasn't born until '85.
Can you heal people by getting them to act out their feelings in front of a bunch of animals and strangers? Sara Fancy thinks so.
No other city has surprised me on a daily basis as much as Los Angeles. It's a street photographer's paradise.
Does Skid Robot's work exploit homeless people, draw attention to their plight, or some combination of the two?
Jill Ryther has an impressive activist résumé, but her main focus right now is to get the LAPD to admit that it shoots dogs too often and needs to train its officers on how to better handle pets.
After several high-profile incidents of drivers attacking their passengers, critics are saying that the ridesharing companies skimp on background checks.
I recently started thinking and writing about the infamous LA serial killer. Not because I sympathized with him, or wanted to humanize what he had done, but because there was something in his extreme behavior that was fascinating.
I have, at various times, loved LA and hated LA. Right now, I'm on an up-swing, and I can't imagine myself living anywhere else.
Cutter Hodierne's excellent film about Somali pirates, Fishing without Nets, premiered earlier this year at Sundance to glowing praise. Now, the film will be making its full release at the end of October. Over the course of the next month, we'll be…
Children who fled violence in Central America are being forced to navigate the US immigration system without a lawyer. It usually ends in deportation.
California lawmakers just passed new limits on how police can use drones, but some argue that only legitimizes their use—and that police shouldn't have them at all.
People of color are getting so sick of police brutality that even some politicians now says it's time to stop being so obedient.
Thanks to Sharknado 2 and a new perfume line called Shark by Tara, the former sex symbol is having a career renaissance as a camp icon.
California is facing its worst drought in decades, so why is anyone playing golf in a desert?