TO LIVE AND DIE AT THE L.A. TIMES
Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong bought the Los Angeles Times and inherited a hot mess of plummeting revenues, declining circulation, unionization, and a damaging cyberattack. That was the easy part.
THE FIRST AND LAST LIVES OF JACK LONDON
Wolf House represented the author’s ambition and success, but the Sonoma County mansion burned to the ground before he could move in. It was an emotional loss he never recovered from.
LOS ANGELES UNDERGROUND
Far beyond the polish and respectability of Disney Hall and the Huntington lies a vibrant subculture of performance art, drag nights, and bondage and body modification events. A photo portfolio by Safi Alia Shabaik.
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