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Mike Sonksen -- aka Mike the Poet -- celebrates spoken and written Los Angeles.
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Murals, street art, and public art and their roles in shaping neighborhoods.
Ventura-based Ken McAlpine on life along the California coast.
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Archives informing the great narrative of Southern California.
Civil rights attorney Robert Garcia on the fight for (and the joy of) green public space.
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Share your stories through writing, photos, and videos.
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