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L.A. Letters Books of 2014: Part 2

L.A. Letters Books of 2014: Part 2

Following last week's list, this week L.A. Letters spotlights 10 more books, plus a poetic recording by one of L.A.'s most enduring poets.
Tamales and Scholarships: El Monte's Annual Tamalada Renews a Commitment to Education

Tamales and Scholarships: El Monte's Annual Tamalada Renews a Commitment to Education

El Monte community gathers for a night of tamales in celebration of education, honoring teachers and the memory of civic leader Bobby Salcedo.
Exploring the Benefits of an L.A. River Design Review Board

Exploring the Benefits of an L.A. River Design Review Board

Many support the idea of a design review board, which could "really uplift the meaning of design along the Los Angeles River."
Tale of a Coat

Tale of a Coat

While I'm spending some time with family and friends -- as I hope you will -- I've pulled a few of my favorite pieces from past years to repost.
Maywood Riverfront Park

Maywood Riverfront Park

How do you play the L.A. River at Maywood Riverfront Park?
Riding the Big Red Car: Work, Leisure, and Community in Multiethnic L.A.

Riding the Big Red Car: Work, Leisure, and Community in Multiethnic L.A.

A look at the history of the Pacific Electric Red Cars and its ability to ferry working class and communities of color to their jobs and cheap amusements provides a useful primer f ...
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