The tour allowed participants to engage in the more everyday L.A. residential streets, compared to the celebrity home tours in L.A. made famous by the infamous "star maps."
Look past the public art movement created by Los Angeles murals in the last 30 years and you will find a structure of civic policy that combatively drove the city's visual identity
This week L.A. Letters showcases four African-American poets that have made major contributions to the city's literary community.
This week L.A. Letters pays tribute to Washington, and briefly highlights the groundbreaking Black assemblage art movement he came to rise within Los Angeles in the 1960s and 1970s
Dilapidated buildings and vacant lots typically bring up perceptions of urban blight; this does not have to be the case, however.
This week L.A. Letters celebrates one of the greatest to ever pick up a pen, write a play or rip a poem. Long live Leroi Jones.