As her husband’s term as governor winds down, first lady Anne Gust Brown reflects on his legacy and the future in this sit-down interview with Alta publisher Will Hearst.
Chicano murals up and down the coast of California are in danger of disappearing but a new exhibit at the California Historical Society aims to protect and preserve these large-scale art pieces.
The battle over gun control has given hunting a bad rap in some quarters. Yet, for some people, hunting is an essential part of their lifestyle — the way they get food. What are the ethics of ...
Once thought lost to sea and sand, Cecil B. De Mille’s Egyptian “City of the Pharaoh” is emerging on a beach on the central coast.
The pioneers of the organic farming movement are aging out. What will happen to their lovingly tended farms?
John Manly busted pedophile priests. Now he’s representing hundreds of America’s top gymnasts who allege they were sexually abused by their team's doctor.
Netflix has upended the business of Hollywood and traditional players — and some new entrants like Apple and Amazon — are scrambling to catch up. But does “Netflix and chill” mean winter is coming to Hollywood?
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.
Burning Man is more than an annual bacchanal for semi-naked people. The Playa of the Black Rock Desert is transformed each year into a pop-up art museum — and art collectors are taking notice.
When Alex Honnold rocked the climbing world by scaling the face of El Capitan without tools or rope, he was following the handholds of Yosemite legends — and extending and exceeding their exploits.
The fires that devastated Santa Rosa last fall followed an all-too-familiar pattern, raising questions about zoning and development policies.
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