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Los Angeles State Historic Park Gets an Overhaul; Community Concerned about Future Programs

Los Angeles State Historic Park Gets an Overhaul; Community Concerned about Future Programs

New features include a welcome pavilion, a citrus grove, and a wetland area, as well a flexible event space that could be used for concerts -- which has got some residents worried.
Masculinity, Femininity, and Asian American Basketball in 20th Century California

Masculinity, Femininity, and Asian American Basketball in 20th Century California

Asian American basketball leagues have given shape to the unique histories of each ethnic group living under the flattening designation of "Asian American."
A Los Angeles Primer: Chinatown

A Los Angeles Primer: Chinatown

As far out of fashion as dining in the former tourist trap of Chinatown has become, eating a curry beef pie amid the neighborhood's Hello Kitty-filled underground malls and weary c ...
Asian American Literary Pioneers

Asian American Literary Pioneers

This week L.A. Letters focuses on a few forgotten early Asian American pioneering poets that paved the way.
From Better Luck Tomorrow to K-Town: Asian Americans and Los Angeles in 21st Century Media

From Better Luck Tomorrow to K-Town: Asian Americans and Los Angeles in 21st Century Media

Los Angeles and its entertainment industry has played and continues to play a central role in the crafting of the Asian American identity.
Yvonne Chan: 19 Days on a Boat from Hong Kong; A Lifetime of Making a Difference in L.A.

Yvonne Chan: 19 Days on a Boat from Hong Kong; A Lifetime of Making a Difference in L.A.

For the life-long educator, "the City of Angels definitely embraced me, nurtured me, taught me and I am proud that they made an angel out of me!"
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