A 2008 study concluded that fish in some parts of the L.A. River were actually healthier and lower in mercury and toxins compared to those found in the ocean. Now, with the help of
How do you play the L.A. River at Lillard Outdoor Classroom?
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Entering Asian Pacific Heritage Month, this week L.A. Letters spotlights two new books that reveal little-known history about Asian-Americans in Southern California
A celebration in Leimert Park of "urban black female poet" Wanda Coleman is cause for rumination about the recent events in Baltimore -- and here.
Events range from serious sessions geared toward advanced birders, to fun activities for families such as pop-up picnics with photo classes on shooting nature and wildlife.