Roberto Del Hoyo and his Mobile Mural Lab uses public art to help communities see and feel what is important to them in their lives.
Yong Kim was born the year of the Watts Riots. The South Korea native and small business owner was reborn, in a way, during the L.A. Riots. Twenty years later, he looks back at wha
The economic and social conditions of South Central Los Angeles at the turn of the 21st century contributed to the brewing of repressed emotions and explosive atmosphere that birth
Many traces of once-prominent developers Alfred Chapman and Andrew Glassell remain around Los Angeles.
"Smog in a Can" allowed everyone the chance to share the same genuine Los Angeles air as Hollywood stars.
Artist Sonya Fe pays tribute to an influential figure in the Chicano Art Movement.
Sikhs throughout the region have found a welcoming home at the Vermont Gurdwara in Los Feliz.
A new exhibit in Lincoln Heights celebrates what would have been Salazar's 84th birthday, with photos, articles, art, documentary films and dramatic readings of some of his most im