South Los Angeles has been deemed a "health desert," where one third of its residents perceive their general health status as poor.
Communities in the northeast have their eyes trained on a U.S. Army Corps of Engineers project that aims to restore the Arroyo Seco.
This week L.A. Letters meditates on the preservation of sites across Literary Los Angeles and why much more of it is needed.
Wednesday night's conversation with Jeff Chang and Justin Simien at the central library pondered race, multiculturalism and the existential question of who we be.
The Latino quest for cultural identity parallels the African-American Civil Rights Movement of the late 1960s and early 1970s, which has its genesis in protests -- many of which we
We were housed in Lakewood in the 1950s. But we didn't have a home yet.