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Community Interview: Pete Ceniceros

Community Interview: Pete Ceniceros

The garden must be maintained properly so that, in its beauty and emphasis on environmental stewardship, truly commemorates Mr. Salcedo's lasting legacy and ultimately becomes an i ...
Rescue Me

Rescue Me

When is a stray dog not just a dog? When you want to give it all the benefits of the urban good life that you never lived yourself.
The Transgressive Act of Holding Hands on the River

The Transgressive Act of Holding Hands on the River

Artist Paige Tighe's hand-holding walks along the river encouraged participants to see the river as a catalyst to one's own creativity and a way into one's own humanity.
Transforming the Health of a Community Through Innovative Collaboration

Transforming the Health of a Community Through Innovative Collaboration

How can an urban farm in the San Gabriel Valley help transform the health and environment of neighboring cities?
Guide to National Poetry Month 2015, Part 1

Guide to National Poetry Month 2015, Part 1

This week L.A. Letters lists an extended selection of poetry venues and special literary events commemorating April and National Poetry Month.
Re-reading L.A.: '7 Days in Los Angeles' from 1932

Re-reading L.A.: '7 Days in Los Angeles' from 1932

The history of Los Angeles may be shallow by comparison with other cities, but it's crowded with incidents that amuse, stir, puzzle, and sadden in "Los Angeles in 7 Days" from 1932 ...
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