OPINION: Hollywood dreams could become nightmare under new contractor rules

Kee Broussard For The Hub Los Angeles is the city of dreams. Many come here with hopes of making it in Hollywood. But, chasing acting dreams...

Analysis: Pres. Trump is trying to kill electric vehicles

An analysis of President Trump’s policies on green house gas and fuel economy show that he is working to expand drilling for climate-destroying fossils...

OPINION: Potential gambling regulations changes could hurt Southland cities

Pedro Aceituno Bell Gardens City Councilmember The State of California has 64 licensed cardrooms that are essential to the economic prosperity of the communities they are...

OPINION: Privacy Act harms L.A. bloggers, online entrepreneurs

Aileen Luib The Baller on a Budget I believe in the American Dream because I am lucky enough to be the American Dream. And I’m not...

OPINION: Supreme Court ruling could doom independent contractors

Mariana Bellis For the Hub I never imagined when immigrating to the U.S. from Budapest 25 years ago that I would be living in Southern California,...

OPINION: Bob Blumenfield falls short of supporting working class

Vladimir Betsis For the Hub I would have thought that one of the most vocal proponents of raising the minimum wage in Los Angeles would keenly...

After 22 horse deaths, Santa Anita pens an open letter promising historic changes

An Open Letter about the Future of Thoroughbred Racing in California By Belinda Stronach, The Stronach Group What has happened at Santa Anita over the last few...

Hub-LA’s 2018 Election Guide

The Hub Nov. 6, 2018 Election Guide We hope you vote on Tuesday (if you haven’t done so already). Here’s our voter guide. We wanted...

Around the Hub: Postcards have killed email, but not data collection

Mark 2018 as the year personal emails became obsolete. Blame postcards.  Not exactly a high tech replacement, but a replacement nonetheless.  Why not? Postcards are personal, easy to...

Opinion: Has the trade war hit your pocketbook yet?

The US-China trade war broke out on July 6. The U.S. initially imposed a set of 25% tariffs on 818 items worth about $34 billion...