The annual convention, now in its fourth year, featured exhibits from giants Sony and Nintendo.
New Eating in LA As 2012 came and went, so did many restaurants in Los Angeles. But the new year ushered in an upspring of brilliant and novel eateries that are hopefully here to stay. From modern gastropubs to authentic Italian pizzerias, the melting pot of cuisines in this city continues to impress. BESTIA Hidden […]
LA Metro says that ridership increases by about 8,000 riders for USC football gamedays.
Beginning Wednesday at noon, the Expo line will include the Culver City station.
The much-anticipated Expo Line is slated to open Phase 1 of the project April 28, 2012, connecting Downtown Los Angeles and the university to La Cienega Boulevard. Beginning June 2012, the route will extend to the Culver City end stop. Photos by Otto Hsiao | Daily Trojan
Venice Boulevard, one of the busiest streets in Los Angeles, houses a flurry of restaurants, retail space and other attractions. But one place that’s under the radar for even native Angelenos is a museum dedicated to a mostly unexplored era. The Museum of Jurassic Technology in Culver City offers a quirky look at unusual historical […]
USC students might receive free rides on the Expo Line during its opening weekend.
Certain figures’ legacies have survived decades of new movies, new hit songs and new famous faces, remaining bona fide icons whose fame continues today despite the passage of time: Marilyn Monroe, Audrey Hepburn, Jimi Hendrix and Mick Jagger. These names and others have managed to stay in the pop culture dialogue. For many Angelenos, the […]
The Metro Exposition line will start at 7th and Figueroa Streets and will end in Culver City.
The Southeast Asian selection offers everything from short rib rendang to a garlic pork belly.