Eighteen or so cardboard figures were seen lingering at Belvedere Park in East Los Angeles as part of "Meet Me at the Metro" art program.
A mural in East Los Angeles credited as a starting point for the Chicano Mural Art Movement is endangered by development.
In celebration of National Women's History Month, we're highlighting a woman-a-day on our calendar and inviting you to nominate a community "Woman of the Week" throughout March.
Today, young artists inspired by SPARC and other pioneering muralists are continuing the legacy of muralism in Los Angeles with new avenues of approach.
Connecting the areas between East L.A. and Pasadena, the Gold Line has created a shared experience among the residents of varied areas, emphasizing the need for residents to coexis
In honor of National Poetry Month, Luis Rodriguez recites a series of Los Angeles poems.