Angelinos is the proper term for referring to or about people from Los Angeles.
Sunniest sure, except for when it isn't, like from about now until late August. That can be said for much of coastal southern California, but the place to go for the most pleasant weather year round is actually San Diego, our little cousin to the south, or further inland like Pasadena. Still only minutes from LA, but you're away from the coastline and it's influences.
We have this thing called coastal eddies where wind generated by the difference in temperatures over water and over land, combined with some fluid dynamics of friction generated by wind hitting earth as opposed to sliding across the ocean water (real technical stuff that most people who don't live here would have no reason to bother knowing about) and the wind ends up curling back on itself... Basically, it comes off the ocean picking up a tiny amount of moisture, heads inland, heats up, then wraps back around over the ocean, hot air can hold more moisture then the cold air that normally comes from the north pacific, so it picks up more moisture from the ocean and cycles back inland and it does this a few times then gets real close to the ground because it's heavy with moisture and cools off and gets trapped under the lighter hotter air still circulating, and we end up with a marine layer (and the clouds that form because of it) that can linger on for days to months if the right conditions persist. These high winds actually prevent that from happening so we end up with a good amount of sunny weather for a while because of it.
See Catalina eddy for an intro into what the hell I'm talking about.
For us Angelinos, this is typical yearly weather, nothing extreme about it. We have a quick traditional Spring with a few rain storms maybe, then some May gray - June gloom - July morning cloudiness, a sometimes brutal Summer for August and September, followed up by Santa Ana wind fueled fire season (September/October/November) where the hillsides all usually burn, then around late November we end the fire season with a few more rainstorms and transition into a more typical Autumn with chilly weather that makes you at least think about taking a jacket or sweater with you when you go out that lasts through to around March where we jump right back into Spring and to our present situation all over again.