The city’s streets and skyscrapers look spectacular from above.
Yosemite, desert ghost towns, Venice Beach, and Disneyland.
If that doesn’t make you cringe, watch her go shoeless in St. Vincent Court. Will someone please tell her people pee on those streets?
Here’s a sneak a peek at a new mosaic that will adorn the Martin Luther King Jr. station.
A new video shows off the shuttle system’s sleek design.
A quick introduction to an important and beautiful Craftsman home.
From extravagant home decorations to the festive vessels of the Venice Christmas Boat Parade.
Construction begins this weekend on the project, which will bring the light rail route all the way to the Pomona Valley.
The $1.6 billion project will add 12 gates, along with new stores and restaurants, to the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
The agency recruited Youtube celebrities Mike Diva and Anna Akana to make the very eye-catching new ads.
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The largest brushfire in city history continues to blaze, and images posted to social media show just how big it’s become.
The video shows off a huge, spiraling ramp that will allow you to walk from new street-level parks and onto the bridge.
This glass chute hanging off the 70th floor is designed to withstand an 8.0 magnitude earthquake—but it’s still pretty scary to ride.
The mesmerizing video is a composite of images captured with four different cameras from Mount Wilson Observatory.
"I Dare You" video features color-saturated shots of LA neighborhoods and a stop at the Sowden House.
Once known as the United Artists Theatre, the venue was once one of the most opulent movie palaces in the world.
Designed by Robert Irwin, the 134,000-square-foot living sculpture contains more than 500 plant species and is constantly growing and evolving.
The tunnel-boring machine reached the future Grand Avenue Arts/Bunker Hill station in dramatic fashion Thursday.
The miniature drone highlights the strange beauty of the area’s built environment—and fits through some extremely small spaces.
The video takes place mostly in cars moving through LA, from Boyle Heights to Hollywood Boulevard, and the story focuses on the Angelenos who can’t help but sing the song.
The actor has sold two of his units in the glorious Art Deco building, but this two-bedroom loft unit hasn’t found a buyer yet.
A new video gives a 360 degree view of the action, where contractors are hard at work building nearly two miles of subway tunnels—and three new stations.
Months in the making, the footage offers new perspectives on places around the city—from the Hollywood sign to the bright lights of Downtown.
Even Pershing Square looks pretty from above.
New views of landmarks, including Angels Flight, the Getty Center, and Santa Monica Pier, which looks surprisingly cubist from above.
See the famous funicular through the decades in film clips showing the railway in its original location—at the intersection of Third and Hill streets.
The local San Gabriel mountains look better than ever in this short video shot over a five-year period in a variety of weather conditions. Watch as the cloud moves over the range in a serene way.
A new flyover video offers an easy way to visualize where the future light rail line will go and how it will fit into the neighborhoods it traverses when it opens in 2019.
The New Yorker staff writer Lawrence Weschler revisits his classic essay on LA’s uniquely beautiful light. With less smog, it has changed over the years, but it’s still captivating.
Comedians Matt Moore and Allegra Ringo crafted a musical tribute to the galleria set to the tune of Barry Manilow’s "Copacabana," personifying it as the plucky little mall that could.
From the Hollywood Bowl to the harbor at Marina del Rey, this drone video captures some of the most recognizable landmarks in Los Angeles—and some less obvious ones—from rarely seen vantage points.
The video is a bit old now, but the comedian's fascination with the environmentally-friendly bus is contagious. It's also still timely: Metro is making moves to make its bus fleet totally electric.
An Orange County resident was arrested on suspicion of trespassing onto multiple properties to make a series of videos documenting his death-defying jumps, which he later posted on Youtube. Here's how it allegedly went down.