I know I am not alone when I say I am very thankful for the Los Angeles art community.
Observing the changing Westside, the latest ebook technology, and preserved history in Boyle Heights.
First gaining fame while still at Fairfax High School, Mear One emerged in the late 1980s as one of the city's most daring and talented street artists.
Here's a run-down of a few events and books that really helped me close out October with a strong dose of art and culture.
Between fibbing politicians, fake memoirs, reality TV, cosmetic surgery, photoshop and botox, the truth can be elusive.
The masterfully executed book is an invaluable source of little known or forgotten but very necessary L.A. history.
Though the poem parodies the fashion world, many of the fashionistas are very progressive people. They are a big part of the city of Angels.
October was recently declared Architecture month by the city of Los Angeles. In honor, this edition of LA Letters pays tribute to some of my favorite structures in our fair city. T