The Best Bookstores in L.A.

Elena Jacobson, Production Assistant

April 4, 2018

Filed under Features

When you walk into The Last Bookstore, the air is heavy and the smell of books is everywhere and the wall art made from damaged books makes it feel like you’ve been transported. Pillars reach through both floors giving the store a feeling ...

Lessons and Memories from ‘Tatik’

Marian Sahakyan, Managing Editor

March 27, 2018

Filed under Features

The folds on her skin had become so pronounced, making it difficult to tell what she would’ve looked like as a young woman. I loved every crease and line on her face. I loved that at the age of 82, she had more black hair tha...

Authentic Ramen in Tsujita

Chieko Kubo, Staff Writer

March 27, 2018

Filed under Around Town, Entertainment>>Restaurants, Features, Food

“Irasshaimase!” When people walk into Tsujita, they hear vigorous and friendly voices from waiters and waitresses welcoming them in Japanese. Irasshaimase literally means “welcome to the restaurant.” Tsujita is a Japanese...

The Sounds of Tomorrow

The Sounds of Tomorrow

March 21, 2018

Features