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Stadium Wars

Stadium Wars

The battle for an NFL stadium in Inglewood rages on, but it's missing some key players: the people who live here.
L.A. Urban Rangers Lead Sixth Street Bridge Exploration

L.A. Urban Rangers Lead Sixth Street Bridge Exploration

The Los Angeles Urban Rangers are taking the intimidation factor out of exploring the L.A. River with a free guided tour beneath the historic Sixth Street bridge and into the river ...
¡La Lucha Continua! Gloria Arellanes and Women in the Chicano Movement

¡La Lucha Continua! Gloria Arellanes and Women in the Chicano Movement

Gloria Arellanes story challenges the male-centric narratives of the Chicano Movement and helps us better understand both the scope and breadth of this large-scale mobilization, in ...
L.A. River Revitalization Cost Increase Leaves City Pondering Its Way Forward

L.A. River Revitalization Cost Increase Leaves City Pondering Its Way Forward

Initially estimated to cost at $1.03 billion, Alternative 20 will now reportedly cost a total of $1.36 billion; with the city's cost share to be at most $1.183 billion.
Re-reading LA: 'A Tenderfoot in Southern California' from 1918

Re-reading LA: 'A Tenderfoot in Southern California' from 1918

Sunshine, geraniums, and fleas. Also potholed streets, eccentric residents, and a culture of aggressive salesmen. In the popular literature of Los Angeles at the turn of the 20th c ...
Something in the Water: Hip Hop History in Cerritos

Something in the Water: Hip Hop History in Cerritos

This week L.A. Letters examines the hip hop history in Cerritos and the unique conditions of this gateway city that have made it a springboard for the mobile DJ culture.
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