The 40-foot-long mural project along the busy South Fork Trail is nearing completion ahead of schedule, thanks to the enthusiastic support from the community.
The muralists who painted the walls for the 1984 Games exchanged hugs and stories last weekend like victorious Olympians.
The massive urban earthwork on the banks of the Los Angeles River is a scaled replica of an ancient Egyptian archaeological site.
The emergence of murals in the desert city has also created conflicts regarding permits.
This week L.A. Letters picks up where last week's column left off, with a long list of special events, venues, and announcements related to National Poetry Month.
One thing not as easily seen in South East L.A. cities like Bell, Bell Gardens, Cudahy, Huntington Park, Maywood, and South Gate is that they are brimming with artists.