Fifty years ago this week, Watts exploded with violence. The scenario sounds uncomfortably familiar in today's environment of racially fueled police abuse and racial tension. What
Grass roots groups and city leaders are working together to eliminate horrible odors from the L.A. sewer system.
Black migrants with blue-collar jobs and middle-class American dreams found their ambitions blocked by racially restrictive covenants in all-white suburbs until the 1950s.
A new wetlands park in South Los Angeles paves the way for re-greening public space while cleaning up the surrounding waters.
Today, young artists inspired by SPARC and other pioneering muralists are continuing the legacy of muralism in Los Angeles with new avenues of approach.