Alvaro Parra | KCET
Post date: 2014-07-03T07:30:26-07:00
For many youth east of the L.A. punk scene the suburban backyard became the ideal venue for a neighborhood gig.
Post date: 2013-12-02T06:22:57-08:00
In 1860, this boom town was thriving along the San Gabriel Rivers East Fork, boasting general stores, black smith shops, and more than a few saloons.
Post date: 2013-10-23T09:18:10-07:00
Crenshaw Boulevard, the 'Shaw', the Crenshow -- though it may lack the global appeal of its Hollywood cousins, the iconic thoroughfare is best known to many Angelenos as the cultural and commercial spine of black L.A.
Post date: 2013-10-08T09:00:03-07:00
We travel to a corner of Northeast L.A. in an effort to unearth the story behind Via Marisol, which is more complicated than its seemingly simple name may suggest.
Post date: 2013-09-26T10:30:28-07:00
You may have come across Bonnie Brae Street and wondered, who exactly was Bonnie? A silent film actress perhaps? The daughter of a city founder?
Post date: 2013-09-13T10:00:56-07:00
The first installment in a new series exploring the names of L.A. streets takes a look at the converted alley considered by some to be the heart of Mexican L.A.