This week L.A. Letters examines the legacy of Inglewood, celebrating the past, present and future of the self-proclaimed City of Champions.
This week L.A. Letters reviews four iconic and timely books that each offer special insight into the past, present and future of Los Angeles.
This week L.A. Letters reviews Chang's extensive narrative as it moves from the civil rights era to flashpoints like the birth of multiculturalism, the conservative backlash agains
This week L.A. Letters spotlights Culver City, its natural landscape, illustrious history, and the brisk redevelopment that has reenergized the city's core over the last decade.
This week L.A. Letters covers two poignant Los Angeles documentaries, and also gives a brief overview of the forthcoming literary mega-event in North Hollywood.
Angelenos are using the arts and the natural landscape to improve the city and uplift the spirit of local citizens.
The Woman's Building stood in the elite pantheon of important L.A. literary spaces like the Watts Writers Workshop, Beyond Baroque, and the World Stage.
This week L.A. Letters celebrates the contemporary community of writers in San Pedro and Long Beach, and also touches the respective areas storied literary history.