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Tanya Frank: Wooed by the Weather, Terrain, and Girl Down the Block

Tanya Frank: Wooed by the Weather, Terrain, and Girl Down the Block

"With so little greenery and so much grey, I was prone to daydreaming, to wanting for something better. It was called America."
Keren Taylor: Right Place, WriteGirl

Keren Taylor: Right Place, WriteGirl

The warm smell of jasmine flowers in the evening attracted her to Los Angeles, where she found community within a writers group she founded.
Navigating the Laws That Shaped L.A.

Navigating the Laws That Shaped L.A.

An index to all the Laws That Shaped L.A. columns from the past year, organized by subject.
Chiwan Choi: Los Angeles, Writ Large

Chiwan Choi: Los Angeles, Writ Large

"My family tried living near Griffith Park, just north of Los Feliz, but we didn't like it. It was haunted, among other things."
Immigrant Installation Art Hits Capitol Hill

Immigrant Installation Art Hits Capitol Hill

L.A. installation artist Ramiro Gomez Jr. timed his latest cardboard creations with the Senate hearings on immigration policy on Capitol Hill.
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Love Stories from Arrival Stories

Love Stories from Arrival Stories

Crossing continents, oceans and national borders isn't the only journey taken by the Los Angeles migrants and immigrants; many of our participants tell of the journey their hearts ...