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Preserving Memory of Lost Murals with Photographs

Preserving Memory of Lost Murals with Photographs

Sometimes photographic documentation is all that remains of long-lost murals.
Douglas Kearney and Aloe Blacc: Two Kings of L.A. Letters

Douglas Kearney and Aloe Blacc: Two Kings of L.A. Letters

This week L.A. Letters explicates two remarkable releases that are making major waves nationally: a book by award-winning poet Douglas Kearney, and an album by the singer-songwrite ...
The Culver Hotel: Harry C. Culver's Flatiron of Fun

The Culver Hotel: Harry C. Culver's Flatiron of Fun

At the intersection of Washington and Culver Boulevards rises a brick triangle that looks like a wedge of tawny brown bread, which movie stars, bookies, and bums once called this b ...
The Enduring Appeal of Jackson Pollock's 'Mural'

The Enduring Appeal of Jackson Pollock's 'Mural'

Pollock's "Mural" may pale in comparison to the advances in mural technology, but it continues to teach us what makes a work of art great.
Flabob Airport: Historic Riverside Landing Strip and Mural Enclave

Flabob Airport: Historic Riverside Landing Strip and Mural Enclave

Just outside Riverside's city limits, in the community known as Rubidoux, a small airport that dates back to 1925 proudly wears wings of quirkiness.
'Womyn' at Work: Muralist Sistas Bring Color to San Fernando Valley

'Womyn' at Work: Muralist Sistas Bring Color to San Fernando Valley

An all-women mural crew gives counterpoint to the male-dominated "Mural Mile" in the San Fernando Valley.
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