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A conversation with writers Joshua Wheeler and Bryan Mealer about the booms, busts, and bold characters of the Southwestern United States.
Alta editors make our recommendations on a literature website, a true crime podcast, and a quarterly publication straight from the California desert that will become your latest favorites. Trust us.
Remembering some of the people whose inventions, ideas, and sheer force of will shaped California and the West
These works by California poets capture particular, private moments of life in the Golden State
These six articles, two podcasts, cartoon and poem were among our most read, shared and commented on in 2018
Serge Ramelli's latest photography book aims his lens on his adopted home of Los Angeles — a city in which this self-taught photographer still hopes to find fame.
Jonathan Gold, the only restaurant critic to win a Pulitzer Prize for his work in the genre, died suddenly at age 57. We're gathered the best of the many tributes to Gold that exemplify his massive impact ...
Photographer Burt Glinn captured the previously monochromatic world of the Beat Generation in vibrant color — considerably heightening our appreciation of all levels of the Beats’ Bohemia.
As a nuclear threat from North Korea looms in the distance, it seems like California has already gone to war against Donald Trump.