1950s Traditional gone Scandinavian modern asks $1.2M in Valley Village

Three bedrooms, two baths, beamed ceilings, and a piano-shaped pool Built in 1954, this shingled residence in Valley Village made its first ever appearance on the market...

To make transit work, does LA need to make driving harder?

A recent UCLA report suggests ballot initiatives may not be enough Los Angeles voters have made it clear they’re willing to tax themselves for more transit options....

With more rain, ‘miracle’ wildflower blooms will blanket LA

“We’re optimistic that it’s going to be a good one” November fires bring May flowers. In the wake of wildfires—followed by lots of rain—Los Angeles might be...

Renderings: Two high-rise apartment towers planned near the Purple Line in Koreatown

Jamison’s planning a similar project a few blocks away Developer Jamison Services’s plan to build two apartment towers that will each rise more than 20 stories on...

Watch the Rams stadium rise in real time

The future home of the Rams and Chargers will open for the 2020 season Construction is ramping up on the Inglewood NFL stadium set to become the...

Palos Verdes Art Center raffling phenomenal midcentury modern by Ladd and Kelsey

The museum is also launching an exhibit about the architectural team The Palos Verdes Art Center has just announced the grand prize for its annual Dream House...

North Hollywood’s big NoHo West development is moving right along

The project is slated to have a Trader Joe’s when it’s complete Construction began about a year ago on North Hollywood’s NoHo West, a retail and residential...

Rail ridership dips as Metro loses passengers for fifth straight year

The Expo Line was the only rail route that didn’t shed riders in 2018 Metro isn’t just losing bus riders anymore. The number of passengers riding trains dipped...

Mapped: 44 Southern California museums offering free admission this weekend

If you needed an excuse to visit one of these spots, you found it Not quite the Super Bowl type? Check out the annual Museums Free-for-All this...

Temporary homeless shelter planned for Fashion District warehouse

The housing site could open in spring Los Angeles city and county officials are moving forward with plans to open a second temporary homeless shelter in Downtown...

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