Ever since Chuck Berry’s country boy who plays guitar “just like ringin’ a bell,” the name has been rock ’n’ roll gold
Rev up with these dream drives--the ultimate in auto erotica
A slew of dapper Down Under ne’er-do-wells of the ’20s and ’30s, along with a rundown of their nefarious deeds
A colorful wardrobe of maker’s marks...and a blast from the past
Matinee idols with the mojo to get the girl and break the box office—vote for the greatest, tell us if we missed any
A special extended episode of prime-time TV opening sequences—part three, 1990–2011. Play the clips, vote for the best
Vintage disks that give new meaning to the words beautiful music.
The show before the show, part two. Play classic prime-time TV opening sequences, then vote for number one.
A true movie-monster mash. Play the clips, then vote for number one.
Play the opening sequences of classic prime-time TV series, then vote on the absolute best.
Java by design--from great minds going back decades. How far have we really come?
Ripped from 100 years of the Los Angeles Times, stories of perfidy, murder and misdeeds—read all 50 news articles.
We pick the ultimate homegrown groups—get video of all 50, and vote for number one.
Works of perfection from the masters who built up Southern California with vision and style
The country’s top designers are stepping it up for the spring season—now here’s a towering peek at what’s in the offing
We name the silver-screen sirens who drop our jaws—see their iconic scenes, then vote for number one...or say who we shoulda picked.
FIFTY 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14...
California landmarks preserved in mini winter wonderlands. Shake...and awe.
Throwing away money never looked so good.
A colorful visit to a cherished era of packaging gone by.
Vintage postcards from Hollywood’s golden age—wish you were here.
Cool, bubbly, refreshing...and oh so colorful. Go ahead, crack 'em open.
Walk down memory lane with these vibrant, evocative relics of pre-Castro Cuba, from the personal collection of Angelenos who traveled there.
Who’s the best ax handler of all time? We pick, you vote—and then tell us if we missed your favorite.
They're the true lights of the city—see how this Japanese metropolis makes the most of its mobility.
Now with extra pulp for added flavor.
These signature bags epitomize the notion of cachet and carry.
They're the busses that made you swoon. Plus, see videos of the classic scenes, and vote for your number one.
Remembering an era when smoking was cool and every match cover was a mini pop masterpiece.
Do you hear what I hear?!
A timeline of LAPD stars and shields; plus, notable events in the annals of Los Angeles' criminal history.
Faces of Halloweens past.
Every famous designer once had an opening number. See photos of early Chanel, Alexander McQueen, Dior and more.
Gregory Blackstock's vision of L.A.’s avian denizens is not diminished by his autism. The 63-year-old artistic savant—who plays accordion all over Seattle, roams theme parks and attends hydroplane races—has been known to draw and hand-letter his intricate creations from memory.
They are the tools that rock royalty used to amp the crowds and lay down the most famous tracks in our musical lexicon. One and all, hard ax to follow...
We scoured Los Angeles personal ads to bring you the 50 most amusing, bizarre and flat-out hilarious we could find. Discover what people are desperately seeking...
We would like to thank these outlets and individuals that generously lent us the clothing that comprises this "50." Whether you're looking for the freshest new fashion or the rarest originals, you'll find it on this list.
A visual shout-out to those who bring us the movie before the movie, including classics like North by Northwest, The Graduate, The Magnificent Ambersons and Goldfinger.
What do your Christmas tree ornaments say about you? This year's best trimmings run the gamut from naughty to nice and everything in between.
For the style-obsessed Southland, it's no surprise SoCal prefers to puts its best foot forward. See 50 photos of Angelenos' finest footwear—from Stella McCartney to homemade Converse.