As part of our "Iconic Angelenos in Black History" series, we celebrate the life and legacy of Bridget "Biddy" Mason, a philanthropist and real-estate pioneer, commemorated today b
The 1967 game held in Los Angeles was blacked out to TVs within a 75-mile radius due to an NFL policy.
Jo Mora's works about Los Angeles - illustrations, maps, sculptures - place the city within the legacy of the magnificent West.
Olive Percival was not college educated but read voraciously and wrote prolifically, with several published books to her name and a revered collection of antique books.
Artist Sonya Fe remembers Manuel Cruz, whom she cites as the Godfather of the Chicano Art movement.
164 years ago today, the discovery of gold in Sutter's Mill triggered a wave of migration to California, including 25,000 from Canton.
Down-hyl Claim, the Arroyo home of the multi-faceted Olive Percival, was filled with magnificent collections of books, toys and dolls.
As we commemorate Martin Luther King Jr. Day on Monday, we take a look back at the complicated and controversial history of the holiday.