- The Lady of La Brea: Madame Ida Hancock Ross, Los Angeles' Forgotten Matriarch
- What Happened in the Elysian Hills Before the Dodgers?
- When L.A. Was a City of Vines: Q&A With 'Tangled Vines' Author Frances Dinkelspiel
- The Beginning of Rancho Cucamonga
- "Seen for Syria": Art in Service of a Moral Imagination
- The Rams Return: Will Football Remake the City of Champions?
- Prisoners of Fame: Falcon Lair, Rudolph Valentino, Doris Duke, and the Cult of Celebrity Death
L.A. as Subject tells stories through the region's archives, as found in over 200 cultural institutions, official archives, and private collections dedicated to preserving and telling the sometimes-hidden histories of the Southland. Premiering in January 2016, a new history series, Lost L.A., brings SoCal history to life by marrying archival materials from L.A. As Subject with innovative forms of documentary storytelling. MORE
An oral history project, an interactive documentary, a community engagement tool, and a digital literacy project that gives voice to the people, places, or things that define the neighborhoods of Los Angeles.MORE