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Whether you're new to the city or merely searching for a new apartment in another part of town, finding your bliss is as simple as remembering these five easy rules.
Look closely and you'll spot hundreds of relics hiding out in plain sight -- living time-capsules of the Los Angeles that used to be. Here are a few that can be seen without even leaving your car.
With so much attention given to restoring the Los Angeles River these days, we tend to forget that the city has dozens of streams -- some free-flowing, others entombed -- coursing through it.
As great as Waze and Google Map's Traffic are, they are prone to blind spots. Sometimes the best shortcuts are off the grid. Here are three essential shortcuts that don't come up on navigation apps but shave an average of nine minutes off peak rush-hour commutes around Los Angeles.
Few people realize that 15 years before Chris Burden's iconic "Urban Light" installation at LACMA, Los Angeles welcomed its first street light artwork, called "Vermonica."
Is Los Angeles in the midst of a Golden Age? If the "good ol' days" of the past are any indication, the answer is an unequivocal "yes!"
Near the Anheuser-Busch plant in Van Nuys is a bridge suspended in air, leading from nowhere to nowhere. What gives?
You don't have to be a Zen master to find peace in the City of Angels.
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