From the return of a Venice landmark mural, to the preservation efforts for a work inspired by John Muir, here's a look at public art stories for June, 2014.
How does a community come together to "daylight" a hidden creek and how does it assert it's voice on how the creek will flow?
Alma's dreams were shattered by the dangerous conditions created by the El Salvadorian civil war which first broke out in 1979, and lasted for almost 13 years.
L.A. Letters spotlights Laguna Beach with a focus on the Laguna Greenbelt and the area's cultural history.
Punk's impact and longevity in El Monte continues to be a source for creativity and is deeply rooted in the immigrant experience of youth that sought an alternative to a very disma
At Castle Green, one's imagination is apt to run wild.