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Stories by Lori Galarreta
Having mole instead of gravy? Or sticky rice instead of cornbread stuffing? Tell us your Thanksgiving food traditions!
"We Are Los Angeles" commissioned artists from all over L.A. County to create themed angel sculptures which explored issues like mental health and immigration.
The Breakfast Club. Pretty in Pink, Ferris Bueller's Day Off. All staples of the '80s teen movie scene. But why do we love them so?
"The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller" is a creation of filmmaker Sam Greene, with real-time narration and a live score by indie rock band Yo La Tengo.
"Loving" follows the story of Richard and Mildred Loving, an interracial couple, whose groundbreaking case made its way to the Supreme Court.
"We wanted to break the princess mold, the stereotype of the princess out there...and it's great because I think hopefully girls will aspire to use their brains like Poppy does..."
Imagine you're walking through Knott's Scary Farm. Out of nowhere, you hear a whoosh and a crack, and a creepy clown skids across your path. Then...it's gone.
Get your tickets now, because Danny Elfman says this special performance of "The Nightmare before Christmas" won’t be an annual thing.
When Donald Trump called Hillary Clinton a "nasty woman" the women of the Internet reclaimed it and turned it into the Democratic nominee's feminist rallying cry.
#IAmAsianAmerican uses music to encourage 15,000 Asian American millennials to get out and vote in the presidential election
"Now there's a shift...where checking 'I am other' is actually empowering." A Nation Engaged looks at what it means to be American through the mixed heritage lens.
Clearly, Pence's quip did not go over well with Mexican Americans who were already opponents of the Trump-Pence ticket. ButWhat about Trump supporters?
Girl Scouts of Greater Los Angeles, Women in Games International and Sony's Santa Monica Studio teamed up for a Girl Scouts patch for video game design.
Anyone who has navigated L.A. traffic knows the horror of the unprotected left turn. It's almost an Angeleno rite of passage.
The Geena Davis institute has partnered with USC and Google to create a software that could give movies and television a "diversity score."