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Building a Family: Past, Present, and Future of the Cat & Fiddle Pub

Building a Family: Past, Present, and Future of the Cat & Fiddle Pub

Founded by a fun-loving British musician, The Cat & Fiddle has been considered a second home to rich rockers, poor hipsters, intellectuals, artists, preps, and jocks alike.
Four Iconic Books in the Landscape of L.A. Letters

Four Iconic Books in the Landscape of L.A. Letters

This week L.A. Letters reviews four iconic and timely books that each offer special insight into the past, present and future of Los Angeles.
Community Connections: Meet Justine M.

Community Connections: Meet Justine M.

"The object that connects me to my community is this music sheet" -Justine M.
The House that Love (and Music) Built: The Hiner Home of Highland Park

The House that Love (and Music) Built: The Hiner Home of Highland Park

A cozy, enchanted cottage on a transitioning stretch of Figueroa Street in Highland Park has close connection to Sycamore Grove Park -- and to the famed composer John Phillip Sousa ...
The Rendezvous Ballroom Reunion: Surf Rock and the Righteous Brothers

The Rendezvous Ballroom Reunion: Surf Rock and the Righteous Brothers

This week LA Letters covers the history of the Rendezvous and also previews the upcoming reunion show that includes members of legendary Surf Rock groups like the Chantays, the Sur ...
Punk Flyers from El Monte and the Greater San Gabriel Valley Scene

Punk Flyers from El Monte and the Greater San Gabriel Valley Scene

For many youth east of the L.A. punk scene the suburban backyard became the ideal venue for a neighborhood gig.
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