The Latino quest for cultural identity parallels the African-American Civil Rights Movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which has its genesis in protests -- many of which we
5,000 new LED bulbs were lit and the 134-foot tower's thermometer reading started the climb, stopping at 102 degrees.
To celebrate the 10th anniversary of the opening of the light rail line that connected Pasadena to South East L.A. let's take a brief look at its history.
The venerable Venice poetry institution Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center held its annual Awards Dinner on July 14, honoring two individuals who have made significant contributio
The Goldhirsh Foundation has embarked on an initiative to build a blueprint for the future Los Angeles.
From the Philippines and Mongolia to Ukraine and Chile, each story gives an insight to understanding the melting pot of cultures that make up the diverse communities of L.A.
Read these columns to find out more about the law that you've always wondered about -- or why things are the way they are in our city.
Should neighborhoods be named after a single specific ethnicity?