Time magazine last week revealed its inaugural rundown of the 100 most influential businesses. Los Angeles is well represented.
The end is not exactly near, but it may be in sight.
We now have a target date for the great reopening.
Local grad schools may have lost more than a year of in-person learning to the pandemic, but they managed to mostly register gains in a new set of national rankings.
In Los Angeles, it usually doesn’t mean much to say spring is in the air.
If there’s anything the events of the past year and the headlines of the past week have reinforced for all of us, it’s that diversity, inclusion and equity are more important than ever.
The long-delayed Academy Museum of Motion Pictures offered up a peek behind the scenes last week.
If there’s one thing almost every member of L.A.’s business community has in common, it’s real estate.
Last week was a big one on the philanthropic front, with donations totaling more than $125 million handed out by local benefactors to two of the city’s most respected health care institutions.
Super Bowl confetti was still being swept up at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa when Kathryn Schloessman sent out a quick reminder last week that Los Angeles will play host to the ultimate game next year.