Lynell George | KCET
Her work has appeared in various essay collections and in news outlets including Boom: A Journal of California, Slake, The Smithsonian, GoodReads, Vibe, The Washington Post, The Boston Globe, The Chicago Tribune, Essence, Black Clock, The Root and Ms. She is the author of "No Crystal Stair: African Americans in the City of Angels" (Verso/Doubleday) a collection of features and essays drawn from her reporting.
Post date: 2016-07-06T08:42:00-07:00
Musician and painter John Reynolds is a fifth-generation Californian inspired by 20th century architecture and song. For decades, his work has been mining a vivid past, as a way to both mark time and celebrate place.
Post date: 2015-09-03T18:00:00-07:00
Award-winning writer Claudia Rankine's newest book "Citizen: An American Lyric" is a collection of poetry, prose and imagery that addresses race, racism and privilege though several voices. The work has been adapted into a play at the Fountain Theatre ...
Post date: 2015-05-01T06:00:00-07:00
What would L.A. "look like" if you could navigate it, translate and understand it, by way of its radio air?
Post date: 2015-02-17T06:00:57-08:00
Happening upon the Little Jewel is a transporting blast of New Orleans, smack in the middle of old Los Angeles. But this marriage of place and cuisine isn't as unconventional as it might at first seem.
Post date: 2014-07-23T05:00:36-07:00
Post and Beam has become the between home and work spot that facilitates and anchors community in the Crenshaw District.
Post date: 2014-06-04T18:00:00-07:00
Dominique Moody's "The Urban NOMAD," a mobile house as living work of art, grew out of a life-long sense of rootlessness, conveying the through-line of the African diaspora.