- Geek & Sci-Fi
Taco Bell is going after the Chipotle crowd now with a new restaurant in Huntington Beach known as the U.S. Taco Co. and Urban Tap Room.
When a person is threatening to kill himself, the only logical thing to do is take a picture of yourself.
Los Angeles-based EDM artist PAZ replaced 5,000 Justin Bieber 'Believe' CDs in stores with his own new mixtape.
ABC 7's anchor is either a pro's pro or real-life Ron Burgundy.
Chris Schauble's face the moment it went down is undeniably the GREATEST earthquake face.
Currently in LA the local news can't decide if they should freak out more over how DESPERATELY they need the rain or the rain itself.
Taking his stupid antics another step further, Shia LaBeouf has launched an '#IAMSORRY' exhibit in Los Angeles so people can watch him wear his paper bag.
As the Adult Entertainment Expo continues in Las Vegas, porn producers are raving about the city as a great alternative to L.A.'s condom laws.
Los Angeles is rolling out proposals to expand free high speed fiber internet connections to all 3.5 million residents and business within city limits.
For many citizens of Los Angeles, it seems like life never really changes.
Like Randy Newman, Hugh Laurie loves LA, and its Jeff Lebowski-like characters are part of the reason why.
Los Angeles has never looked more delightful than when Chelsea Peretti is vouching for it.
Andre Drummond is easily one of our favorite young players in the NBA.
Jimmy Kimmel asks "Laker fans" in Los Angeles how they think the Lakers will perform in the NBA Finals.
Funny pop culture mashup street artist Hanksy opened his 'How The West Was Pun' show at Gallery 1988 this weekend, and we've picked our favorite works.
What's it like to ride the tallest bike in the world.
A video response to the super viral takedown of the materialistic women of Los Angeles: The Women of LA.
He had me after going full Troy McClure five seconds in.