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John Steinbeck and His Legacy on California's Central Coast

John Steinbeck and His Legacy on California's Central Coast

This week L.A. Letters visits the National Steinbeck Center, examines his lengthy career, and also briefly spotlights Steinbeck's influences and the local students carrying on his ...
The Right to the City: New Community Spaces Amplify the Voice of Angelenos

The Right to the City: New Community Spaces Amplify the Voice of Angelenos

This week L.A. Letters highlights two new community spaces dedicated to amplifying the voice of Angelenos and providing alternatives to corporate spaces and cookie cutter culture.
Two Recent Works from Interdisciplinary Los Angeles

Two Recent Works from Interdisciplinary Los Angeles

This week L.A. Letters brings you the best from Interdisciplinary Los Angeles, covering recent works from Edward Soja and Michael C. Ford.
Outreach: Suzanne Lummis' Stories and Poetry

Outreach: Suzanne Lummis' Stories and Poetry

Learning history through poetry and memories.
Phenomenal Woman: Remembering Maya Angelou

Phenomenal Woman: Remembering Maya Angelou

This week L.A. Letters salutes the legacy of the celebrated poet, playwright, professor, memoirist, historian, director, screenwriter, activist, and actress.
Two Events for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

Two Events for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month

This week L.A. Letters spotlights several contemporary Asian American poets by previewing two events on Asian American Poetry.
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