Venice West Cafe, popular among the Beats, inspired a counterculture that swept the streets of Venice, forever changing the neighborhood's cultural background.
This week L.A. Letters shares the story of the fight for historic preservation in Valley Village, including the former home of Marilyn Monroe.
"Any kids want to blow the whistle?" asks Bob Bryant, a conductor for the Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Red Car Line in San Pedro. It is a sunny Sunday afternoon, and Bryant is ab
The problem begins when birds smell the remnants of fish on the discarded line and hunt for them in the regular trash bins where fishermen dispose of their lines.
The first-ever rock camp in Huntington Park hosted over 26 children ages 8-17, for a week of band practice and workshops that focused on local social and environmental issues to bu
We haven't yet learned to speak the language of the Los Angeles that is coming.