Articles by: Staff Writer

The first permitted 3D-printed home built in the United States in Austin, Texas. Photo: ICON BUILD.

Could Homes Made in a Factory Help Solve California’s Housing Supply?

By Avi Sinai  About the author: Avi Sinai is the principal of HM Capital, a Los Angeles company specializes in hard
Edify TV's Brooke Thomas breaks down all the news and happenings on the Westside. Photo: Edify TV.

Edify TV: Westside Today News Show

Tune into the Westside Today News Show to hear about a hit and run e-scooter collision, the Los Angeles Marathon and mor
L.A. Marathon to Run Through Westside Sunday

L.A. Marathon to Run Through Westside Sunday

By Chad Winthrop On Sunday, March 24, runners from all around the world will lace up their kicks and participate in the
Learn about active oil wells on the Westside. Photo: Edify TV.

Edify TV: Oil Fields on the Westside?

Edify TV News Beat: did you know that Los Angeles sits on the 3rd largest oil field in the U.S., with many active wells
The infrared sauna at Ananda Integrative Medicine. Photos: Francisco Madrid (Madrid Photography).

Holistic Approach of Ananda Integrative Medicine

By Staff Writer From spin classes, to juice cleanses, Westsiders are known for being on top of the latest health trends.
Learn about Wheels, the newest member of the e-transit scene on the Westside. Photo: Edify TV.

Edify TV News Beat: E-Transit Safety

Edify TV News Beat: learn about the newest e-transit device on the Westside plus the dangers of e-bike and scooter accid
Under new rules passed by Los Angeles City Council, up to 100,000 e-scooters will be permitted to operate. Photo: Sam Catanzaro.

100,000 Scooters?

Los Angeles City approves new-transit regulations. By Cailley Chella Sorry L.A., but Bird is still the word. Starting th
Gripping Acting Makes “Greta” Worth It

Gripping Acting Makes “Greta” Worth It

Rated R99 MinutesReleased March 1 By Kathryn WHitney Boole This movie is a conundrum. The story is horror-thriller-myste
Jaqueline Caster Speaking at Los Angeles Center for Juvenile Law and Policy Everychild Integrated Education & Legal Advocacy Project. Photos: Courtesy.

Jacqueline Caster: Reinventing Philanthropy

By Melanie Williams-Galuten Once upon a time, a warm-hearted and empathetic mom living in Pacific Palisades realized she