Century-old Llano del Rio—one man’s great hope for a Southern California Socialist utopia
A Latino LAPD detective works under the radar to clear a black ex-cop in mid-’50s L.A.
Roy M. Brewer explores Ronald Reagan’s far-from-conservative early days—hear the former president in archival tapes
One gutsy, Vietnam-era air raid might not have been common knowledge, but it sure set the stage for military special ops
Originally victims and femme fatales, the women of today’s mystery fiction are now as damaged and complex as their male counterparts.
A street of dreams, a time of day, a state of mind...and an LA exclusive graphic tale.
Los Angeles and its underbelly—no one captures it with the magic of mystery-fiction writers, and we've nabbed a slew of them.
WikiLeaks’ reveals don’t come close to telling the whole tale of L.A. dentist Dr. Hossein Vahedi’s great escape from his homeland.
The harrowing true-life account of a CIA deep-sea search for Soviet nuclear warheads off the U.S. coast—and the role L.A. played
With a moon touchdown in their sites, scientists and engineers gathered in California’s Mojave Desert to plan, design and eventually fly a futuristic contraption called the Lunar Landing Research Vehicle.
Santa Monica's Tinder Box tobacco shop goes back a long way. But to diehard smokers, it's just as fresh and welcoming as the day they walked in. Who cares if the world is changing around it?
A firsthand account of how the Beatles first met Elvis in Bel Air in 1965. A good time was had by all—but who was more in awe of the other?
Although the government still refuses to acknowledge the famous military institution 100 miles outside of Las Vegas, five former military men are finally able to share their tall but true tales.
During the Cold War, the Lockheed Aircraft Corporation's Skunk Works division built top secret spy planes like OXCART in the heart of Burbank, California.
Playwright John Patrick Shanley explores how inspiration can be found in uncertainty and serve to effect positive social change.
TV producer Garry Marshall explains the overnight success of Mork & Mindy, and the story of how he discovered Robin Williams.