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A Punk Approach to Running in El Monte

A Punk Approach to Running in El Monte

El Monte cross country runners have a unique perspective of their city's landscape. Their stories are told in a homegrown film, "Varsity Punks."
The Arches: Development, the Depression, and the Scenic Ruins of Dana Point Inn

The Arches: Development, the Depression, and the Scenic Ruins of Dana Point Inn

Powerful L.A. men descended on Orange County in a race to develop the coast as the "American Riviera" -- but even their wealth couldn't protect them from failure.
LAUSD Study Revisits Metrolink Air Quality Results in Northeast L.A.

LAUSD Study Revisits Metrolink Air Quality Results in Northeast L.A.

Due to its proximity to the Metrolink maintenance facility, concerns about air quality have plagued Elysian Valley, Cypress Park, and Glassell Park residents for years.
L.A. State Historic Park

L.A. State Historic Park

How do you play the L.A. River at L.A. State Historic Park?
Mentoring the Next Generation of L.A. Letters

Mentoring the Next Generation of L.A. Letters

This week L.A. Letters spotlights two Angeleno teen scribes who are doing important work, and also highlights several organizations in Southern California that mentor teen and yout ...
Community Outreach: What Makes A Street Safe?

Community Outreach: What Makes A Street Safe?

A student team concerned with the lack of safety on the street in front of their high school seeks input from their school Community.
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