Haley Anderson and Richard Charlesworth highlight acclaimed sets of newcomers.
Jurrell Casey and Kevin Thomas return to practice after battling bouts of the flu.
Stop me if you’ve heard this one before. USC opens up its season with a 50-point romp, beating up a lesser opponent before a supposed “game of the year” the following week against a highly ranked team. Ohio State stumbles before the “game of the year,” playing down to an inferior opponent and having to […]
The Buckeye quarterback will be USC’s main focus, but he’s not the only OSU player who will have an impact.
Tucked in the far eastern reaches of Los Angeles County, behind a water reserve, golf course and park, lies an expansive parking lot. To park here you’ll have to shell out somewhere in between $10 and $25. Why? Because it’s the LA County Fair. A tradition that began in 1922, the LA County Fair boasts […]
Crewest Gallery’s newest exhibit, which opens Thursday, explores modern day Iranian culture through the urban art of its youth.
On its fifth anniversary, the monthly Downtown L.A. Art Walk assures art lovers a cultured yet slightly twisted good time. First-timer? Try these event essentials.
Following Iran’s election, human rights violations have come to the forefront of the public sector.
A 21st century philosopher once mused: Fall is here, hear the yell/ back to school, ring the bell/ brand new shoes, walking blues/climb the fence, book and pens/ I can tell that we are gonna be friends. Yes, as another Labor Day has come and gone, it is once again time for most little Trojans-in-training […]
While waiting for city permits, Catholic Center board is still seeking $7 million in funding.