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Addressing Health Concerns Over the 710 Freeway Corridor

Addressing Health Concerns Over the 710 Freeway Corridor

While planners are seeking community engagement throughout the planning process, community organizations are also taking it upon themselves to ensure that their voices are heard.
How Can a Community Garden Enhance and Bring Our Community Together?

How Can a Community Garden Enhance and Bring Our Community Together?

We hope the garden can be a tool to inform and educate residents and students on the importance of community agriculture, alternative food options, and better nutrition.
Riverfront 'Creative Campus' Coming to Elysian Valley

Riverfront 'Creative Campus' Coming to Elysian Valley

Is the latest L.A. River-adjacent development, with live-work units, affordable housing, and retail, a right fit for the neighborhood?
I've Got You Under My Skin: Smog and Modern Memory

I've Got You Under My Skin: Smog and Modern Memory

Wednesday was a good day. I drank in the bright air of that afternoon and thought that it was a better day than I had known before. But not good enough.
When Central Avenue Swung: The Dunbar Hotel and the Golden Age of L.A.'s

When Central Avenue Swung: The Dunbar Hotel and the Golden Age of L.A.'s "Little Harlem"

Everybody who was anybody in the jazz world stayed at South Central's Dunbar Hotel, where "the future of black America was discussed every night of the week in the lobby".
El Monte's Wild Past: A History of Gay's Lion Farm

El Monte's Wild Past: A History of Gay's Lion Farm

Gay's Lion Farm in El Monte has been called the "Disneyland of the 1920s and '30s," but few traces of its wild past remain.
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