Australian Rick Baker splits his time between LA and his homeland, moving every time the weather turns cold.
The Wende Museum houses a treasure trove of more than 100,000 objects from the former Eastern Bloc, ranging from Stasi audio tapes to East German household cleaning products.
They believe in L. Ron Hubbard's teachings and dianetics. They just don't believe in the Church itself.
How a cramped rock club with no backstage and no liquor license became the unlikely hub of the LA DIY scene.
As Americans grow bigger, there's a greater and greater demand for things like BBW porn, larger wedding dresses, and even plus-sized coffins,
The Lunada Bay Boys have been assaulting outsiders since the 1960s—and local police won't do anything to stop it.
Spice first emerged on Skid Row about two years ago, and since then has spread like wildfire because of its affordability and accessibility.
The success of The Wolfpack brought the Angulo brothers to Los Angeles for their first time ever. There they explored the sites and met the people who inspire their creativity. This is their travelogue.
A spate of shootings in South LA since the emergence of the social media slogan—which refers to alleged plans by rival gangs to see who can rack up 100 kills first—has residents on edge.
"People who want to defend their families don't need a 100-round drum magazine and an automatic weapon to do it," said LA City Councilman Paul Krekorian.
"I feel privileged to be attacked by ISIS because it means the message is as strong as their weapons and their violence."
At 21, Ida McCray helped her then-boyfriend George Sims hijack a flight from San Francisco to Los Angeles. 40 years later, she now works to help mothers get their lives and families back together after prison.
According to one expert, citizens filming incidents of police brutality could be discouraging cops from enforcing the law.
For when you need your chalupas but are too lazy to leave the house.
The iconic bodybuilding competition on Venice Beach was full of rippling muscles, tanning lotion, and glittering gold prizes.
The blockbuster actor is "so underground that the rap kids call him Tubman."
Alyssa Salazar is negotiating the intricate rules of Lolita dress-up alongside the guidelines for being a hijabi Muslim woman.
Unless your parking ticket comes from the city government, you don't really have to pay it.
There weren't any major gaffes, but podcast interviews tend to be weird and rudderless, and this one was no disappointment.
In the aftermath of the AIDS crisis, Mario Diaz brought sex-positivity back to New York's gay scene with his balls-out wild club, The Cock. Now, documentary filmmaker Jon Bush is immortalizing Diaz's party life on film in Club King.
As someone who's lived in both cities, I can tell you that they both suck.
We're on the ground in Los Angeles, and will be rounding up the best of each day as we see it, starting now.
Good god these rituals need to change, but E3 2015 is unlikely to be the year they do.
Last year, a stranger locked me in my apartment and told me I was going to die.