For Filipinos, the sight of a jeepney darting past Temple and Alvarado may conjure certain memories of riding in the back of one.
The Co-founder of Inner-City Arts recounts his inspiration for founding the place and why, after nearly 30 years of teaching art, he has no plans to retire.
A DIFFERENT LA (ADLA) is a series featuring remarkable people and places in Los Angeles. The first episode Jesse Flores, whose life's work has helped keep typewriters alive and run
The simple yet grand four-columned Colonial building that houses the Union Center for the Arts stands as a monument to what can be accomplished when cooperation, understanding, and
A walk around the Glassell Park neighborhood reveals many traces of the past.
From 1983 to 1985, Radiotron provided a safe space for breakdancing, popping, graffiti art, MCing and DJing, becoming known as the first West Coast Hip Hop youth center.