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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.
The Little Jewel of New Orleans: Chinatown's New Lagniappe

The Little Jewel of New Orleans: Chinatown's New Lagniappe

Happening upon the Little Jewel is a transporting blast of New Orleans, smack in the middle of old Los Angeles. But this marriage of place and cuisine isn't as unconventional as it ...
Two Cudahy Parks

Two Cudahy Parks

How do you play the L.A. River in Cudahy?
Historic South Central and the Blk Grrrl Book Fair

Historic South Central and the Blk Grrrl Book Fair

This week L.A. Letters spotlights an upcoming feminist book fair in Historic South Central Los Angeles, as well as the gallery space hosting the event.
Sparks Flies

Sparks Flies

Phil Sparks' long-running love affair with Emerson Learning Center in Westchster is a Valentine's Day story for the books.
Cyclists and Candidates Gear Up to #BiketheVote

Cyclists and Candidates Gear Up to #BiketheVote

With the city election just around the corner on March 3, bicycle issues are coming into play more than ever before.
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