As Occidental College celebrates its 125th anniversary this week, we take a look back at the school's early years in Highland Park.
News and stories on the shifting culture of our neighborhoods.
This week in history: the 1968 East Los Angeles walkouts displayed the largest mobilization of Chicano youth leaders in Los Angeles history.
A new exhibit in Lincoln Heights celebrates what would have been Salazar's 84th birthday, with photos, articles, art, documentary films and dramatic readings of some of his most im
How would Charles Lummis celebrate his birthday in contemporary L.A.?
Today marks the end of the Mexican-American War which not only secured the Southwest region for the U.S., but created a foundation of neighborhoods in L.A. still visible today.
Here's how you can use the Highland Park Field Guides to plan a day trip around this wonderful historic neighborhood.
Olive Percival was not college educated but read voraciously and wrote prolifically, with several published books to her name and a revered collection of antique books.