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L.A. Area Organizations Use Social Media to Augment Face-to-Face Engagement

L.A. Area Organizations Use Social Media to Augment Face-to-Face Engagement

In Los Angeles, where busy urban lifestyles often make it more difficult for groups to organize and engage with the community, social media becomes key medium for messaging.
Return of the Desert Wayfinder: World's Tallest Thermometer in Baker, CA

Return of the Desert Wayfinder: World's Tallest Thermometer in Baker, CA

5,000 new LED bulbs were lit and the 134-foot tower's thermometer reading started the climb, stopping at 102 degrees.
New Greenway Opens at L.A. River's Headwaters in Canoga Park

New Greenway Opens at L.A. River's Headwaters in Canoga Park

The much needed greenway is located at the confluence of Bell Creek and Calabasas Creek in Canoga Park.
New Location, Same Historical Flare: Fong's Gift Shop in Chinatown

New Location, Same Historical Flare: Fong's Gift Shop in Chinatown

After being priced out of their previous location, the owners of the historic gift shop found a new space just a few blocks away.
In a State of Peace and Tranquility: Campo de Cahuenga and the Birth of American California

In a State of Peace and Tranquility: Campo de Cahuenga and the Birth of American California

Every day busy Californians drive right over the spot where the first steps toward American statehood were taken many moons ago.
Memories from the 1984 Olympics

Memories from the 1984 Olympics

This week L.A. Letters connects the dots between the World Cup in Brazil, celebration capitalism, and the 30th anniversary of the 1984 Olympics.
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