Los Angeles Magazine

In Los Angeles, where “historic” is a relative term, a 150-year-old house is remarkable. How about a 150-year-old palm tree?
Apr 21, 2013   Los Angeles Magazine
Traversing Los Angeles without a car can be a pain compared to cities like New York or Boston. But avowed "foot soldier" Alissa Walker offers 6 simple ways to live a healthier, happier, and wealthier life in Los Angeles simply by ditching the car.
Apr 2, 2013   Los Angeles Magazine
Dave Gardetta highlights the work of Donald Shoup and others whose mission is to eradicate the parking minimum in Los Angeles.
Jan 20, 2012   Los Angeles Magazine
Less than a year ago, downtown Los Angeles was seen as a rising star, on a path towards becoming a vibrant and humming urban core. But the economic dive has stalled many projects, and they could be stalled for quite a while, according to this column.
Jan 30, 2009   Los Angeles Magazine
Los Angeles Magazine profiles environmentalist Joe Edmiston, who may be the most powerful unelected official in the city.
Aug 5, 2005   Los Angeles Magazine
Caltrans district 7 includes every freeway in Los Angeles and is perhaps the most notorious road system in the country.
Apr 11, 2001   Los Angeles Magazine