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L.A. Letters Books of 2014: Part 1

L.A. Letters Books of 2014: Part 1

This week L.A. Letters spotlights 10 standout books that epitomize the zeitgeist on the West Coast in 2014. Most of them deal directly with Los Angeles in one way or another, but t ...
Creating a Network of Complete Streets in the San Gabriel Valley

Creating a Network of Complete Streets in the San Gabriel Valley

Comprehensive bike plans from five cities in the region will complement one another to form a regional network that is interconnected throughout the San Gabriel Valley.
The Hour of Code: Activating K-12 Computer Science Education

The Hour of Code: Activating K-12 Computer Science Education

The Hour of Code has activated an unprecedented computer science learning movement for students and teachers.
The World at Our Door

The World at Our Door

CicLAvia came to Leimert, and South Central this past weekend. It was quite a ride.
When They First Took to the Sky: Learning to Fly at the El Monte Airport

When They First Took to the Sky: Learning to Fly at the El Monte Airport

One of the last remaining local airports in the San Gabriel Valley, the San Gabriel Valley Airport was originally a project of inspiration by its founders. It survives today as a m ...
Some Forgotten Angeleños, Remembered Briefly

Some Forgotten Angeleños, Remembered Briefly

The poor, the unknown, the forgotten, and the misplaced are given to the Los Angeles County Cemetery, their mass graves marked with a metal plaque denoting the year of their burial ...
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