Jeremy Rosenberg | KCET
Post date: 2012-04-19T03:00:13-07:00
Born in Mexico, East L.A. College journalism student Erick Huerta considers Boyle Heights his home.
Post date: 2012-04-16T03:00:12-07:00
The breakup of rancho lands in Los Angeles resulted in the newfound availability of land, fueling a massive land boom for new settlers.
Post date: 2012-04-12T03:00:51-07:00
Founder of Studio for Southern California History remembers running around Los Angeles as a child, at landmarks that are now long-gone.
Post date: 2012-04-09T03:00:42-07:00
There has been few pros and many cons as a result of Proposition 13, which cut, capped and rolled back property taxes.
Post date: 2012-04-05T03:00:44-07:00
Urban planner John Arroyo has seen four generations of his family live under the same roof in East L.A.
Post date: 2012-04-02T07:19:42-07:00
A 1999 ordinance helped breathe new life into old office buildings in downtown L.A. while increasing pedestrian activity.