In an ever-shifting book selling landscape, creative survival has been crucial to Eso Won's longevity.
The closing of a longstanding gathering place for the black community marks a bittersweet new beginning for Leimert Park.
In 1967, Alonzo and Dale Davis opened the Brockman Gallery in Leimert Park, setting in motion a series of cultural projects that would establish the village as a black cultural Mec
What makes anything worth having and owning has a lot to do with preserving art and culture within a natural environment. The Leimert Park artist village is that sense of place.
This week L.A. Letters showcases four African-American poets that have made major contributions to the city's literary community.
For close observers, signs of a Japanese American presence are visible throughout the Crenshaw district.