Gina and the Eastern Block break the mold with controversial antics and a new style of music.
Who says small business is dead? Stacy Nakamura makes a go of it—her own way.
Charlie sits against the wall behind Jerry's Famous Deli in Woodland Hills. He strokes his sandy, gritty white beard as he reads the latest issue of the Los Angeles Times.
From the courtroom to the altar, a priest helps his community using his knowledge of law to take loads off of families.
Legends were made in a place tucked away in the hills on Mullholland Highway. The Rock Store is still home to rebels and bike enthusiast alike.
Huma Rahimi ushers in students from all around the world for her job in the International Students Program at Pierce College.
Using items that others throw away might sound unpleasant, but some have adapted the philosophies of the freeganism lifestyle into their lives. Self-proclaimed anarchist students use their beliefs to help others.
The military offers a solid alternative for the unemployed in hard economic times, but with rough challenges. William Melendez helps visualize what being in the military is like in times of war.
Not every person can afford a new car and buying a used car can be risky, but finding a reliable car at a good price is possible.