Author Jon Peltz
As City Council and the city attorney prepare to enforce the new anti-camping ordinance, Los Angeles Homeless Services Authority is being kept in the dark.
Katzenberg got a meeting with another city councilmember this week in less than an hour, proving that deep pockets and a PR machine lead to easier avenues of influence.
ABK workers demand a real culture change amidst a lawsuit alleging a pattern of pay and gender discrimination, sexual harassment, and retaliation.
A new contractor with the City, Urban Alchemy has already had a big impact on Los Angeles — but not much transparency.
The LASD has apparently acquired 2,000 custody beds in Downtown LA and plans to sweep the boardwalk in preparation for July 4.
“You took away a haven, and we’re gonna fight for it," said Jessica Mendez, who led a candelit vigil and procession for the displaced community of Echo Park Lake.
The LAPD arrested over a dozen members of the press covering a protest at Echo Park Lake, including two of our reporters.
At Anti-Asian American Violence Rally, activists share the importance of Black and brown solidarity in the fight to defund the police.
What does the game have to say about Los Angeles Futurism? I played 50 hours to find out.
The lack of space, privacy and agency show Bridge Housing, one of the only options for unhoused residents, is extremely lacking.