SoCal Focus
Light in Los Angeles

Light in Los Angeles

It's made of dreams, nostalgia, and powdered granite.
What's in a Metro Station Name?

What's in a Metro Station Name?

It includes geography, some history, a bit of politics, and potential confusion for riders.
Failing Sidewalks Show Where the 'Common Good' Ends

Failing Sidewalks Show Where the 'Common Good' Ends

The city council wants to shift costs and risks to property owners, claiming economic necessity.
GCC Students Question Suburban Memories

GCC Students Question Suburban Memories

Does a memoir of a working-class suburb have anything to say to Glendale college students today?
'Living in a Modern Way' at LACMA

'Living in a Modern Way' at LACMA

"A great big beautiful tomorrow" is on display at LACMA, but there were shadows, too.
The Labyrinth of Democracy: A Look at California's Progressive Reform 100 Years Later

The Labyrinth of Democracy: A Look at California's Progressive Reform 100 Years Later

It's a happy -- more or less -- 100th birthday for California's Progressive triumph.
Neighborhood, Night

Neighborhood, Night

Although it isn't exactly night.
M. L. Parker: Seeing Another Los Angeles

M. L. Parker: Seeing Another Los Angeles

Mid-century L.A. was the subject of an almost forgotten photographer.
Pacific Standard Time: First Light

Pacific Standard Time: First Light

Pots, painters, and photos . . . eastside and westside . . . first looks at the shows of a lifetime.
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