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Building Community Through Poetry

Building Community Through Poetry

This week L.A. Letters celebrates two new books and two open mic venues that put the community over the individual in order to improve our environmental and cultural landscape.
Westside Mural 'Syncopation' Gets New Home [UPDATED]

Westside Mural 'Syncopation' Gets New Home [UPDATED]

Ed Massey's 2004 mural "Syncopation" was saved from demolition when the Culver Plaza was faced with a wrecking ball earlier this year.
Paul Helms, Avery Brundage and the Great Olympic Bread War

Paul Helms, Avery Brundage and the Great Olympic Bread War

Since the 1932 L.A. Olympics, Helms Bakery in Culver City became the unofficial makers of "Olympic Bread" -- until legal action was taken by the Olympic Committee.
Museum of Jurassic Technology

Museum of Jurassic Technology

Co-founded by David Wilson - winner of the Macarthur Fellowship in 2001 - and his wife, Diana Wilson, the Museum of Jurassic Technology is part factual, part fantastical, and wholl ...
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Natasha Case: The Scoop on the Coolhaus Co-Founder

Natasha Case: The Scoop on the Coolhaus Co-Founder

Founder of the popular Coolhaus truck tells us how even ice cream can be passed down the family tree.
Michael Miller: From England; Tears, Fears and Stars That Never Were

Michael Miller: From England; Tears, Fears and Stars That Never Were

A London ex-pat journalist and his wife takes many months to go through metamorphosis and finally arrive in Los Angeles.
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