January 24, 2004, 5am PST
J. Eric Priestley tells a story about gang confrontation on the nation's busiest and deadliest light-rail line.
January 23, 2004, 9am PST
Ben Quiñones shares his observations about traveling on L.A.'s 'Ghetto Blue' -- the busiest and the deadliest light-rail line in the nation.
November 11, 2003, 7am PST
Malls have been replaced by big-box superstores as the new town square. How long will it be until they have to surrender control to people exercising their free-speech rights?
October 10, 2003, 6am PDT
Wal-Mart is on the offensive in L.A., using all kinds of tactics – including a ballot referendum – to ensure its longevity in southern California.
April 9, 2002, 6am PDT
At a forum in Los Angeles, architect Frank Gehry says he has given up on Los Angeles.
August 10, 2001, 9am PDT
This issue of L.A. Weekly focuses on the L.A River, the most monumental public-works project in the West.
April 9, 2001, 8am PDT
Compton's mayor has been called the King of Compton -- and his term the reign of chaos.
January 15, 2001, 12pm PST
The electric car sounds like a great idea, but even one of its leading supporters has lost faith.
September 25, 2000, 7am PDT
The Los Angeles Weekly publishes their perennial Best of Los Angeles 2000 issue.
September 11, 2000, 10am PDT
The LA Weekly continues its ongoing and heated commentary about the continuing saga that is Playa Vista.
September 8, 2000, 1pm PDT
Will anti-growth activists in Santa Monica, California cause world-renowned think tank RAND to leave the city it has called home for 50 years?
September 2, 2000, 9am PDT
Debate grows as development threatens existing building stock.
August 4, 2000, 11am PDT
LA Weekly comes out against the first major decision of the new Area Planning Commission.
August 4, 2000, 7am PDT
San Pedro is bucking for a bit more respect these days and has plans for its own promenade.
August 2, 2000, 8am PDT
Santa Monica used to be a haven for artists. But high rents are driving many away, and the city isn’t doing much to keep them.
August 1, 2000, 8am PDT
The Department of Neighborhood Empowerment, created to run LA's new neighborhood councils, is under fire.
July 31, 2000, 8am PDT
The LA Weekly reports on some brilliant - and bungled - attempts to save Los Angeles' urban forest.
June 9, 2000, 6am PDT
LA Weekly challenges Mayor Riordan and LAUSD's new Chief: Build new schools. Fast.