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Riding Bikes with the Mayor of Glendale

Riding Bikes with the Mayor of Glendale

Glendale may not be a part of L.A. city proper, but it is the third largest city in the county with a population approaching 200,000, and is also a vital business and commerce hub.
Brann-ded in Inglewood

Brann-ded in Inglewood

Inglewood's schools chief is here to turn things around. But what he said recently reinforces a status quo that goes deeper than budgets and test scores.
For Duty, Country, Posterity: Chinese American Veterans Share Their Stories

For Duty, Country, Posterity: Chinese American Veterans Share Their Stories

What began as a search for family history has turned into a newly-published book documenting the oral histories of 40 Chinese American war veterans, serving from the 1940s to the m ...
Larry Sultan: Desire at the End of the Cul-de-sac

Larry Sultan: Desire at the End of the Cul-de-sac

Larry's Sultan's retrospective at LACMA is a deeply felt meditation on the possibilities that can be found in an ordinary place. Sultan shows things awful and tender happen there.
Murals at El Monte Station: Martin Durazo

Murals at El Monte Station: Martin Durazo

Sometimes it's the energetic feel of a place that characterizes it, rather than its physical landmarks. Artist Martin Durazo captures El Monte's vibrancy in his abstract public mur ...
Four Iconic Books in the Landscape of L.A. Letters

Four Iconic Books in the Landscape of L.A. Letters

This week L.A. Letters reviews four iconic and timely books that each offer special insight into the past, present and future of Los Angeles.
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