May 25, 2021
Tenacity in Tinseltown: Assistant Director is a source of constancy in an industry that’s become even more unpredictable
"Every time you're on a production, it's a team sport. The whole idea of working on a comedy when you have 80 to 100 people, is to have that shared experience where we all succeed. And it's the loveliest thing ever."
February 23, 2021
Activist Sues LA County for Excessive Police Force
Veteran and activist Cristina Astorga sues LA County Sheriff’s Department and Alex Villanueva for excessive police force and the illegal seizure of her smartphone at Dijon Kizzee protest.
December 14, 2020
A Sea That Never Was and the Community That’s Paying for It
Once considered the jewel of the desert, the Salton Sea basin now poses potential health risks to the underserved communities of immigrant farmworkers who call the area home.
November 19, 2020
Why L.A. Activists are Trying to Ban the 2028 Olympics
In 2017, NOlympics co-chair Jonny Coleman realized no one had taken a critical look at Los Angeles’ 2024 Olympics bid. So he did it himself.
November 4, 2020
Expecting Long Lines to Vote in L.A. and Finding None
Los Angeles Music Center opens its doors and provides ample early voting access.