This week L.A. Letters covers two poignant Los Angeles documentaries, and also gives a brief overview of the forthcoming literary mega-event in North Hollywood.
Art clubs, luxury shops, and oil corporations have all occupied the intricately detailed spaces of the 1926 Fine Arts Building in downtown L.A.
The tour allowed participants to engage in the more everyday L.A. residential streets, compared to the celebrity home tours in L.A. made famous by the infamous "star maps."
Cal Poly Pomona students have been working on their own discrete mile of the river, attempting to understand the nuances of each small part that makes up the 51-mile whole.
Vast, confusing, punctuated by curiosities neither beautiful nor ugly, and demanding of both endurance and optimism, Los Angeles' airport provides a tempting symbol for the city it
At the end of January we had the great opportunity to help the students of the Los Angeles River School prepare for the Placemaking Design Competition.