Beats & Rhymes: Watts to Leimert Park | KCET
Beats & Rhymes: Watts to Leimert Park
That feeling grew even stronger after I read several books about the legacy of African-American poets and jazz musicians from South Los Angeles. One of the best was a "The Dark Tree" by Steven Isoardi. In my next column I will go into greater detail on why this is such a great book.
In the meantime let me just say that the legacy of community artists in South Los Angeles is a rich tradition: "Generations of poets, generations of musicians." This poem is a tribute to unsung Kings and Queens of Los Angeles.
In less than three years SÜPRMARKT, a small company dedicated to bringing fresh, organic produce into food deserts in South L.A. has grown immensely.
In the more than 30 years since Earl's first launched as a hot dog cart, it has become a neighborhood institution that has fed multiple generations of locals — vegans and non-vegans alike.
Guerilla gardening is about using unconventional tactics and classic gardening practices to turn little pockets of land and unused or under-utilized space into oases for city dwellers. Here's how you can start.
A fashion designer-turned-community garden activist, Ron Finley is reclaiming the power of the people to garden.
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