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Two Los Angeles Documentaries and the North Hollywood Lit-Crawl

Two Los Angeles Documentaries and the North Hollywood Lit-Crawl

This week L.A. Letters covers two poignant Los Angeles documentaries, and also gives a brief overview of the forthcoming literary mega-event in North Hollywood.
Lewis MacAdams: Poetic Politics on the Los Angeles River

Lewis MacAdams: Poetic Politics on the Los Angeles River

"Godfather of the L.A. River" just celebrated his seventh decade in this world this month, more than three decades after he founded Friends of the L.A. River.
Celebrate L.A. from Luis Rodriguez to the San Gabriels

Celebrate L.A. from Luis Rodriguez to the San Gabriels

Angelenos are using the arts and the natural landscape to improve the city and uplift the spirit of local citizens.
The Legacy of the Woman's Building and How it Lives On

The Legacy of the Woman's Building and How it Lives On

The Woman's Building stood in the elite pantheon of important L.A. literary spaces like the Watts Writers Workshop, Beyond Baroque, and the World Stage.
Literary San Pedro and Long Beach

Literary San Pedro and Long Beach

This week L.A. Letters celebrates the contemporary community of writers in San Pedro and Long Beach, and also touches the respective areas storied literary history.
Steven Reigns: West Hollywood's First City Poet

Steven Reigns: West Hollywood's First City Poet

This week L.A. Letters spotlights Steven Reigns, West Hollywood and his plans for promoting poetry in the city he loves so much.
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