Watch aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas's self-produced one-man showcase, which he wrote, shot, directed, and starred in, playing 102 different roles.
After creating an ambitious demo tape in which he portrayed more than 100 different characters, aspiring filmmaker Laz Rojas went on to make a full-length feature film and a collection of video game mods.
The organizers of LA Pride sparked controversy after rebranding Pride into a music festival featuring headliners Carly Rae Jepsen and Charlie XCX.
"In order to get people to listen to you around here, you actually have to tell them you're the damn devil."
San Andreas hasn't relieved any pressure in over a century, making it "locked, loaded, and ready to go."
We treat ourselves to the gourmet indulgences of Paris on F*CK, THAT'S DELICIOUS, and head back to LA for an hour-long comedy special on FLOPHOUSE.
"I Didn't Ask For This: A Lifetime of Dick Pics" features about 200 framed photos of dicks, arranged in a replica of the artist's living room to show how pervasive unsolicited dick pics have become.
A union official says the new policy "will get officers killed, plain and simple."
Alexis Vaughn toured the inside of LA's best murder house in January. These old artifacts (and the ghosts?) have since been cleared out.
Photographer the1point8 gives you a front-row seat to the Bob Baker Marionette Theater, Los Angeles' favorite puppet show.
Bob Baker's Marionette Theater has been an icon in Los Angeles since the 1960s. But now, developers plan to turn the performance space into the lobby of a new apartment building, and the theater's fans are fighting to save it.
Governor Jerry Brown announced the tentative deal Monday after LA and San Francisco made moves of their own.
Los Angeles is super expensive. Here's how you can survive in Tinseltown when your money is funny.
Asked why she wanted to take pictures of nude women, Whitney Hubbs answers, "Because it's so wrong! Because you can't do it! Because it's a cliche, because it's politically incorrect."
"Going out" is for chumps.
The gig has taken on new meaning at a time of heightened national scrutiny of law enforcement.
One Alhambra resident calls the noises "the booms." Another says they're "much too loud to be a firework."
Talking to the top cop in Los Angeles about homelessness, police shootings, mental health, and body cameras.
His 1995 murder trial was all about race, sex, and policing—issues that haven't exactly disappeared from the national radar.
We hang out with the stars of our new stand-up comedy TV show before it airs on VICELAND on March 3.
For the mentally ill individuals who make up nearly one-third of LA's homeless population, receiving and keeping prescription medication can be a desperate struggle.
Prosecutors say Lonnie Franklin, Jr. murdered ten black women and tried to kill one more. If convicted, he would be the longest-active serial killer in Los Angeles history.
We head to Homeboy Industries in Los Angeles, where former gang members go to remove their tattoos as a first step toward changing the direction of their lives.
Lonnie David Franklin, Jr. was arrested in 2010 for allegedly murdering ten black women in South LA over a period of two decades. Now he's finally going on trial.