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A Los Angeles Primer: Leimert Park

A Los Angeles Primer: Leimert Park

"The black Greenwich Village," "the Left Bank of early-90s underground hip-hop," and more grew from the unlikely origin of a predominantly white suburban community planned in the 1 ...
Not Bowling Alone: How the Holiday Bowl in Crenshaw Became an Integrated Leisure Space

Not Bowling Alone: How the Holiday Bowl in Crenshaw Became an Integrated Leisure Space

The bowling alley, which was demolished in 2003, served as an integrated leisure space where African, Mexican, and Asian Americans could interact.
Exploring the Metro Green Line: From Nowhere to Nowhere and All Points in Between

Exploring the Metro Green Line: From Nowhere to Nowhere and All Points in Between

Today is the 18th anniversary of the opening of the Metro Green Line. For those who are familiar, they likely know it as the rail that doesn't quite reach either the ocean or LAX.
Exploring the Course of the Future Metro Crenshaw Line

Exploring the Course of the Future Metro Crenshaw Line

For this auto-less adventure, I decided to explore a train line that doesn't yet exist.
Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All?

Just Transportation: Is Los Angeles Making Progress on Transit for All?

Does spending more money on rail over bus represent progress?
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