News and stories on the shifting culture of our neighborhoods.
In preparation for our upcoming Venice Field Guide, we invite Angelenos to submit their suggestions for the guide and we share our own explorations of the area.
After a 30 year absence, Poetry Festival Santa Cruz returns.
Black migrants with blue-collar jobs and middle-class American dreams found their ambitions blocked by racially restrictive covenants in all-white suburbs until the 1950s.
Today marks the end of the Mexican-American War which not only secured the Southwest region for the U.S., but created a foundation of neighborhoods in L.A. still visible today.
Donna Deitch's stylish 1978 mini-documentary 'The Great Wall of Los Angeles' captures a moment in time when the community came together to create the landmark mural.
Last week, Land of Departures toured the first half of Departures' collection of oral history interviews with nine prominent Southern California elected officials. That political
Departures has sought out and collected oral histories from nine prominent current and former Southern California elected officials. This week Land of Sunshine takes a tour of the