"People could actually hold a symbol of their affinity in their hands -- their love of being a deejay or collecting records or dancing -- and consume it as if were like Catholic co
This week L.A. Letters salutes the talented musicians that reflect the shifting range of California seasons.
Being that he was named after Neil Young, it's fitting for music to be at the center of life for Neil Schield, owner of Origami Vinyl.
Specializing in enka and J-Pop, the upstairs music section of the long-standing gift shop has struggled for years to attract customers to its extensive collection.
From Stockton to Portland, Africa, Israel, New York and back to L.A., it's all the same -- geography and the built environment form the landscape of our dreams.
LACO's public art project ends with six of the pianos being auctioned off on eBay.