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.
This week L.A. Letters spotlights Steven Reigns, West Hollywood and his plans for promoting poetry in the city he loves so much.
This week L.A. Letters visits the National Steinbeck Center, examines his lengthy career, and also briefly spotlights Steinbeck's influences and the local students carrying on his
This week L.A. Letters spotlights the city's history and the new generation of game-changers invested in the city's revitalization.
This week L.A. Letters highlights the past, present and future of Artesia, one of the gateway cities on the southeastern border of Los Angeles County.
From a meditation on what it means to be a happy Black man, the folklore of the freeway, to the glory days of the Lakers, these four books each equally present a new perspective on