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Redefining Asian America: Japanese Americans, Gardena, and the Making of a Transnational Suburb,

Redefining Asian America: Japanese Americans, Gardena, and the Making of a Transnational Suburb,

In post-war Southern California, Japanese Americans created the built environment as much as much as anyone else, and few suburbs demonstrate Asian American agency like South Bay's ...
Mobile Mapping Technology Helps Build Stronger and Healthier Communities in Los Angeles

Mobile Mapping Technology Helps Build Stronger and Healthier Communities in Los Angeles

With the proliferation of mobile phones, digital cartography has taken off as a community-building tool. Using geotags for posted photographs and status updates, people can relay v ...
Proposed Senior Center Project on L.A. River-Adjacent Open Space, Now Seeking Public Comment

Proposed Senior Center Project on L.A. River-Adjacent Open Space, Now Seeking Public Comment

A 4.5 acre parcel adjacent to the L.A. River is slated to become a senior housing complex instead of a park.
Inaugural L.A. River Boat Race Registration Begins

Inaugural L.A. River Boat Race Registration Begins

Competitors will shoot rapids and round buoys in the Glendale Narrows section of the L.A. River, but organizers emphasize that no alterations will be made to the river.
Growing a Culture of Makers and Innovators in the San Fernando Valley

Growing a Culture of Makers and Innovators in the San Fernando Valley

The event highlighted the girls growing knowledge and confidence. The goal of DIY Girls is to foster a new crop of young women eager to study and go into the fields of science, eng ...
10911 Michael Hunt Drive

10911 Michael Hunt Drive

For me, Epiphany Church was the first place in which I was part of a larger community that extended beyond my family. It was youth, and it's still my South El Monte.
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