Four Los Angeles County social workers have been charged with felony child abuse and falsifying public records in the 2012 death of 8-year-old Gabriel Fernandez, of Sylmar, California.
At the end of this year the Grand Avenue Project, a.k.a. the Grand, will break ground in the Bunker Hill neighborhood of Downtown Los Angeles. The mixed-use project is slated to open in the fall of 2021 with famed Canadian-born American architect Frank Gehry designing the space.
If anyone is at the center of everything relevant in politics and culture today, it’s the 28th mayor of Long Beach, Calif., Robert Garcia. At only 40 years old, Garcia is the first openly gay mayor of Long Beach and the first Latino...
One month after the news broke about Harvey Weinstein and troves of women came forward about abuses, Anthony Edwards, star of NBC’s long-running drama ER, wrote a story for Medium about having been sexually assaulted by film producer Gary Goddard.
Thursday night GLAAD, the world’s largest LGBTQ media advocacy organization, held its 29th annual Media Awards at the Beverly Hilton Hotel. The event honors media for projects and people who offer truthful and inclusive representations of the LGBTQ community and the issues that impact their lives.
As U.S. voters prepare for the upcoming battle of the 2018 midterm elections, Patrice Khan-Cullors, co-founder or Black Lives Matter, says that at the center of the elections are black women. But not simply as voters helping Democratic politicians win seats—instead, as leaders in the social movement for black communities and running for elected seats themselves.
Los Angeles is the second-least affordable city in the U.S., for both home renters and buyers, according to the 14th Annual Demographia International Housing Affordability Survey: 2018, a fact that has many heading east—more specifically to Palm Springs.
More than 50,000 people marched in downtown Los Angeles Saturday to support the Parkland High students and push for change for stricter gun legislation. From kids, to moms, students, to grandmothers, millions of Americans took to the streets for the March For Our Lives.
As Los Angeles prepares for the national March For Our Lives happening on March 24 in Washington, D.C. and various “sister events” in other cities around the country, the founders of the group Gays Against Guns (GAG) are busy rallying the troops.
Bevin Branlandingham does not teach your average aerobics class. First off, she’s fat, and secondly she’s queer. And she feels perfectly at ease with you referring to her that way. The name of her class is “Fat Kid Dance Party,” and truly everyone is welcome.
While President Trump was delivering his first State of the Union address in Washington D.C., West Hollywood Mayor John Heilman was moderating a panel on “Human Rights and Civil Liberties: One Year After the Inauguration.”
A full session with tantra massage specialist and spiritual healer David Joyner lasts three to four hours and costs $350. For that price, female clients—the only kind he accepts—can expect to receive a ritual bath, chakra balancing, and a massage.
But if last year’s march was an effort to rally hope and resistance in the face of shock and despair after the election, this year’s march used Trump’s one year anniversary to include a diversity of other issues such as the intersectional #MeToo and #TimesUp movements...