Artists and community members are bringing color and life to the Los Angeles area, one utility box at a time.
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Column: Picture imperfect: How I learned to love the warmth of a grainy film photo
The limited amount of space on a film roll forgives closed eyes and goofy smiles, trading out flawlessness in favor of capturing the instant exactly as it was; a joyous and messy moment in time.
Video: Exploring the vegan food exchange in North Hollywood
Every Sunday from 3-9, vegan food vendors set up shop in the NOHO arts district. Whether you are vegan or not, the exchange has amazing options for...
Is TikTok or Instagram worse for teen mental health?: A therapist vs. psychologist perspective
The major social media apps have distinct, yet similar impacts on teens.
New jobs, new passions: How flea markets are changing the fashion landscape
The pandemic offered new opportunites for flea markets to grow.
Women in the food truck industry: Turning adversity into empowerment
Food trucks in Los Angeles have connected our community culturally and socially. As the food truck industry grows, female food truck owners are determined to empower more female leaders to enter the space.
From Indian classical dancing to Deaf art history, Meera Hatangadi looks to shed light on underrepresented communities
Meera Hatangadi has had a passion for writing since she was little, but when she entered high school, she said it became clear to her that she...
California’s new composting law and food waste
Senate Bill 1383 was meant to reduce the disposal of organic waste by 75% by the year 2025. Most California residents either do not know about the bill, or they have not started to dispose of their organic waste separately from the rest of their trash.
Column: Students with ADHD need educational assistance during COVID-19
In order to unlock their potential, these students need proper educational attention and support.
Opinion: New California composting law should be bolstered by standardized food labels
Food waste is a huge problem in the U.S.