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What We Gave Up to Become Suburban

What We Gave Up to Become Suburban

We were housed in Lakewood in the 1950s. But we didn't have a home yet.
The Doorway of Champions: Los Angeles Athletic Club and the Pursuit of Civic Glory

The Doorway of Champions: Los Angeles Athletic Club and the Pursuit of Civic Glory

Downtown Los Angeles' premier athletic club has been a destination for the region's top athletes, including many Olympics medalists, for more than 130 years.
How Do You Envision a Memorial Garden at a High School?

How Do You Envision a Memorial Garden at a High School?

We want to create a Bobby Salcedo Memorial Garden at Mountain View High School that commemorates his legacy and creates a stepping stone for future environmental improvements at o ...
The Importance of Knowing Your History

The Importance of Knowing Your History

An arts organization offers students a chance to take a deep look at the people and stories that make up their community.
Broadway Bridge

Broadway Bridge

How do you play the L.A. River at the Broadway Bridge?
The Lakewood Plan: Homeownership, Taxes, and Diversity in Postwar Suburbia

The Lakewood Plan: Homeownership, Taxes, and Diversity in Postwar Suburbia

The city of Lakewood pioneered city contracting for public services, establishing a controversial model replicated by countless other suburbs in Los Angeles and beyond.
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