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Crenshaw Boulevard: Cruising Through the Decades

Crenshaw Boulevard, the 'Shaw', the Crenshow -- though it may lack the global appeal of its Hollywood cousins, the iconic thoroughfare is best known to many Angelenos as the cultural and commercial spine of black L.A.

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Save the World Stage; Field Notes for Fall

Save the World Stage; Field Notes for Fall

This week L.A. Letters salutes Leimert Park's the World Stage, reinforces its importance, and draws the connection between other community arts organizations like Tuesday Night Caf ...
Not Bowling Alone: How the Holiday Bowl in Crenshaw Became an Integrated Leisure Space

Not Bowling Alone: How the Holiday Bowl in Crenshaw Became an Integrated Leisure Space

The bowling alley, which was demolished in 2003, served as an integrated leisure space where African, Mexican, and Asian Americans could interact.
8 Literary Lions of Leimert Park

8 Literary Lions of Leimert Park

This week L.A. Letters features eight literary lions of Leimert Park, chosen because they have each put in over 20-plus years of work in Leimert as a poet, writer, and community ac ...
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