Toyo Miyatake and his photography studio has captured and told the story of Little Tokyo and surrounding Japanese American community for decades.
In the early 20th century, marriage through picture brides was the only way for issei Japanese pioneers in the U.S. to start a family.
Many writers, musicians, and artists visited the home of Charles Lummis, often sitting for a portrait in front of his camera.
Classically trained musician moonlights by night as a stealthy photographer of street art.
A new gallery exhibit showcases selections from Los Angeles Public Library's collection of rarely seen Ansel Adams photos.
A short trip to the Los Angeles River can soothe a week's worth of stress. Grab a cup of coffee and visit Frogtown's West Bank.