Los Angeles has been a hub of creativity in the United States with open minded people drawn to the Californian sun. Celebrities from all walks of life call Los Angeles home and yet very few were born even close to LA. When the motion picture industry moved to Hollywood in LA in the 1920s from this moment on there would always be interesting editorials for journalists to write. The aviation industry also moved to LA and ensured the cities financial prosperity throughout the Great Depression.
Editorials in LA have therefore had a lot to focus on. Whether it is the latest stumbling of a Hollywood sweetheart or the philosophical ramblings of one of the Hollywood�s old guard. Journalists have to be careful in Hollywood not to upset the royalty of the cinema industry. There are some families that are best left out of it if you want to work anywhere else in the city again.
Writing alternative articles in the city of the mainstream may seem a little ironic but LA has a place for every belief system and every thought. It doesn't matter if you believe that sausages are actually aliens and that your cereal in the morning is made from potatoes if you can provide an interesting take on society then you can make a success of LA.
In LA there are magazines covering ever topic under the sun. So if you want to write about the effect of orange soda on the economic recovery you are more than likely to find somebody who is willing to print it and people who are willing to read it.