As the LA community continuously fights gentrification, food insecurity, discrimination, and other issues, many teens struggle to fit in and find their voice. A nonprofit organization in Boyle Heights, Las Fotos Project,...
At the height of their inaugural international tour, K-pop group NCT DREAM speaks with young journalists in a virtual roundtable about what a world tour means for the group’s success — both present and future.
‘They’re like the best parts of humans’: Dr. Paula Kahumbu on elephant culture, conservation efforts and ‘The Secrets of Elephants’
Elephants have long been regarded as one of the most intelligent animals on planet Earth, but Dr. Paula Kahumbu said intelligence is just scratching the surface of the multitudes elephants contain.
Based on the award winning 2014 children’s book of the same name by author Kwame Alexander, “The Crossover” chronicles the lives of twin brothers Josh (Jalyn Hall) and Jordan (Amir O’Neil) Bell as they navigate through the challenges of high school, family and their shared love: basketball.
From customer brawls to secret security cameras, and break-ins to still not knowing a coworker’s name four months in, Kinda, Almost, No Longer Employed is a new column focused on discussing the nitty gritty of teen employment.
The new proposal for an AP African American Studies course is met with opposing beliefs from political officials.
Local eateries and live music lit up Suzanne Park in Walnut, Calif. on Saturday, March 25.
The CCHS Chess Club has introduced a newfound popularity and interest in the intense game of chess, bringing elements of competition and togetherness among students.
A devastating illness that wreaks havoc upon communities, the impact of Alzheimer’s disease extends far beyond the patients it afflicts.
Los Angeles’ first woman mayor led a campaign founded on housing and policing reform and narrowly won in a contentious election against city developer Rick Caruso. 100 days post-election, a recap on the first months of Karen Bass’ term is in store.