As Earth Day turns 48, we take a look back at the biggest milestones in environmental protection.
In the darkness of the oceans’ depth, fish have evolved a strategy to become nearly invisible to prey.
To woo a female, this bird flips up his cape, puffs out his chest, and shimmies his little feet.
In less than a week, three more people have died in hit-and-runs The Los Angeles Police Department released video Tuesday of a lethal hit-and-run in South Los Angeles that has rattled the region’s bicycling community. The video shows the driver of a white Porsche Cayenne hitting 22-year-old Frederick Frazier, known as Woon to his friends, from behind on April 10 as he rode his bike on Manchester Boulevard, near Normandie Avenue. Police say the video also shows the driver, who fled the scene, was “no doubt” speeding
The $350 million stadium seats 22,000 and will host its first game later this month The much-awaited soccer stadium in Exposition Park opens today near USC. A ribbon-cutting ceremony marks the first time the stadium gates have opened to the public. Today is also the first time that the stadium’s home team—the Major League Soccer franchise the Los Angeles Football Club—trained in the space
National Geographic explorer Alexander Braczkowski spent six months following a pride of tree-climbing lions before they were poisoned.
See what the price gets across Los Angeles, from Glendale to Fairfax W elcome to Curbed Comparisons , where we explore what you can rent or buy for a certain dollar amount in various LA ’hoods. We’ve found five rentals within $100 of today’s price, $2,000
One hundred thirty-five pedestrians were killed on LA streets last year Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti announced Tuesday plans for a major increase in funding for the city’s Vision Zero program aimed at ending traffic deaths and injuries by 2025. The mayor will set aside $91 million for the program in his proposed 2018-2019 budget.
Loren Miller, born to a former slave, became the go-to lawyer for black homeowners fighting discrimination It was the summer of 1948, and attorney Loren Miller was the toast of Los Angeles. On May 3, the United States Supreme Court had ruled that racist real estate covenants barring minorities from living in “white-only” areas could not be enforced by federal or state courts. Miller, alongside future Supreme Court Justice Thurgood Marshall and other prominent lawyers, had argued the case, Shelley v.
Built in the 1930s, it’s got arched entryways and a tile fireplace We’re already envious of whomever ends up purchasing this lovely Spanish-style home in Larchmont . Sitting on a lushly landscaped lot, the property includes a two-bedroom, two-bathroom main house built in 1930 and a separate guest apartment with a bedroom and a bathroom.