100-year-old Grand Central Market Capitalizes on the City’s Culinary Creativity

Grand Central Market, a historic food lovers’ paradise, had lines wrapping around the block on Friday morning. But the crowds weren’t just there for...

Dodgers stadium gondola proposal rises to second evaluation stage

Dodgers fans could soon beat traffic to the stadium by riding through the sky in gondola cable cars from Union Station to Dodger Stadium. Metro...

Show highlights female tattoo artists

Female tattoo artists will be in the fine arts spotlight on Friday. La Maja Desnuda, an all-female tattoo artist exhibition, will highlight paper and...
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Book explores infatuation between the US and China

By Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent Observers know the close but sometimes tense relationship between the United States and China is complex, but not many Americans realize...
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Cheap Eats! Five fast food meals under five bucks

It’s late. You’re heading home after work or a long night partying and you realize that you need some fast food, badly. Too ashamed...
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City of Roses: Hollywood productions a boon to the City of Pasadena

By Brandon Black Hub Correspondent  From her front door, Dawn Brasington watched production crews scurry along her street, talking on two-way radios, adjusting cameras and lighting in preparation...

Malaysian pop star to give first US performance on Rose Parade float

Shila Amzah, the Malaysian superstar pop singer, will give her first U.S. performance atop the Singpoli American BD float in the 2018 Rose Parade....
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The New Foodie Frontier: Cooking with Cannabis

In a private South L.A, warehouse Chef Christopher Yang prepares for a birthday dinner. With two small dogs underfoot he runs between his outdoor...

Revive disco at this late-night event

Take the way, way back machine and step into a disco inferno. On Friday and Saturday night, The Music Center will transform into a...

The modern Olympics: Can Los Angeles save the Games again?

By Eric He Hub correspondent One by one, each image proves increasingly jarring. In Sarajevo, a bobsleigh track filled with graffiti and dirt. In Athens, a...