The LA music writer who took down Post Malone talks about Baton Rouge rap, the pillaging of the ‘LA Weekly,’ and what Philip Roth has in common with Drakeo
Bakers take tips from New York and Montreal to create something new in Southern California
Jennifer Pastiloff lost her faith when she was young, and rediscovered it by becoming one of Los Angeles’ most sought-after yoga teachers
West Coast rap god is shackled in the K-19 unit of the Men’s Central Jail in Los Angeles. His murder trial begins next week.
Ep. 168: Actor and director Lauren Miller Rogen, Persian-Jewish social entrepreneur Rachel Sumekh, and ‘Blackish’ producer Jonathan Groff
The Taste of Israel food festival brings rockstar chefs from the Holy Land to La La Land
In California, Middle Eastern food is having a day in the sun
‘The young Mexican American is tired of waiting for the Promised Land’
Liver. Latkes. Brisket. Bialy. Magic.
Because it bears repeating: Anti-Semitism forms the theoretical core of white nationalism
The Los Angeles photographer gives, and gives in
Remembering the old Jewish cemetery that once occupied the baseball shrine’s current parking lot
Israeli-Canadian confectioner Maayan Zilberman makes art out of cane sugar and isomalt. Her crystal-inspired creations are now on display at a roving gallery in Los Angeles.
An art installation at Los Angeles’s Skirball Cultural Center—a tough ticket—nurtures play, community, and environmentalism
Jewish values fuel The Ripped Bodice, the country’s only bookstore to focus exclusively on the romance genre
‘Harold and Lillian,’ a new documentary about the marriage of a Hollywood storyboard artist and a researcher, is the heartwarming movie you need in your life right now
Larry David’s daughter is creating a name for herself as the star of the web series ‘Eighty-Sixed’
Eman El Husseini and Jess Salomon take the bima at L.A.’s oldest shul
A new documentary tells the story of the Los Angeles food scene through the eating experiences of Jonathan Gold, the first food critic to win the Pulitzer Prize
Filmmaker Aaron Wolf was a ‘fallen-away’ Jew until he decided to make a documentary about his childhood synagogue