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  • Exploring the shifting cultures of Los Angeles and its neighborhoods. ...
  • ... first Footnotes, a report on the status of walking in LA. I'm one of the contributors, which led me to some additional reflections on ... darkness of self-absorption. And a poem might be made. I am a pedestrian. There are 40,000 intersections in the city of Los ...
  • ... pastries like four-cheese artichoke biscuits, agrees. "I am constantly inspired by what the food swappers bring to the table and ...
  • This recording of Mike Sonksen's poem, "I Am Alive in Los Angeles !" is the remix produced by Chris "Presto" Douglas. Founder of ...
  • ... Program in Urban Sustainability of Antioch University Los Angeles . [scald=42832:kl_image_original_context ... as an ideal "wilderness" but an intimate "nature" in which I believe we discover what sustains us. Nearly every day, I walk to my ...
  • I know I am not alone when I say I am very thankful for the Los Angeles art community. [scald=73937:kl_image_original_context ...
  • ... writes Umberto Eco, who, despite not necessarily having Los Angeles in mind, nevertheless sets up a pillar of the mental ... of innocuousness as China City and New Chinatown, though I do notice efforts to sharpen the place's edges. I walked one Friday night ...
  • ... street artists.</p> [scald=13678:kl_video_context] "I Am Alive in Los Angeles !" Words by Mike the PoeT Beats by DJ ...
  • ... the countless real lives lived there, existences of the type I first came to know through Charles Burnett's detail-rich, Watts-set 1977 ... time you visit Silver Lake, you may well ask yourself, " Am I in Silver Lake yet?" The first time you visit Watts, you'll no doubt ...
  • ... he was an academic leviathan and an advocate for the people. I am thankful to my great Professor Lamont Yeakey for introducing me to ... column is too small to include them all but in future columns I will write about others. This week L.A. Letters salutes Ronald ...

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