Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong bought the newspaper and inherited a hot mess of falling revenues, declining circulation, unionization, and a damaging cyberattack. That was the easy part.
Cultural anthropologist Jim Heimann has collected scores of (mostly bygone) examples of "programmatic architecture" into his book “California Crazy: American Pop Architecture.”
Virtual reality has been just around the corner for more than 25 years. Will the Oculus Go headset finally make VR real for the masses?
Charley Parkhurst was one of the rootin’, tootin’-est stagecoach driver in Gold Rush-era California. But Charley had a secret that became known only after death: he was actually a she.
Frank McCulloch was a journalist’s journalist, editing most of the state’s biggest newspapers and training a couple generations of journalists.
‘The Porsche Effect,’ a new exhibit at Los Angeles’ Petersen Automotive Museum, is a joyride for fans of the legendary carmaker.
Was blood-testing company Theranos an ambitious startup gone very wrong — or was it an elaborate scam? John Carreyrou’s new book, “Bad Blood,” examines Silicon Valley’s most notable recent flameout.
The Eagles’ classic "Hotel California” ended a musical era — and stood at the beginning of several new ones. This iconic album of summer rock anthems inspires our latest tribute.
Fred Lyon’s photographs at night transform San Francisco into a mystery of shadows and fog. Our Summer Issue features images from Lyon's newest book, "San Francisco Noir."
In the early days of WWII, a Navy sub-hunting blimp left Treasure Island for a routine flight with two experienced pilots aboard. Hours later, it came back — empty.