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  • The major work at the L.A. Central Library that has survived grime, two arson fires, and budget cuts, is not ...
  • ... night's conversation with Jeff Chang and Justin Simien at the central library pondered race, multiculturalism and the ... "Race and Image in the Obama Era," part of the notable ALOUD series organized by the Los Angeles Public Library foundation. I ...
  • ... Press, Cotkin offers a concise yet comprehensive look at the myriad ways in which Melville's novel has shaped our collective ... much gorgeous, musical language that just begs to be read aloud ." "There's something about the character of Melville that comes out," ...
  • Everybody who was anybody in the jazz world stayed at South Central's Dunbar Hotel, where "the future of black America was discussed ...
  • How do you play the L.A. River in South Gate ? ... City award in 1990. From the river path gate at Souther Avenue, you can quickly grab a horchata latte at the popular Tierra Mia cafe, or head a bit deeper into the city and you'll ...
  • ... , and more than 100,000 have died. Brian Rooney looks at the long arc of a controversial conflict and asks, was it worth it? ... to kill Saddam Hussein with a pinpoint strike. President George W. Bush [file footage]: At this hour, American and coalition ...
  • ... public denouncement of the war, television has shaped America's public perception of Vietnam.What began in Vietnam more than ... a skeptical American citizenry hungry for the truth... or at least, a version of the truth.With changes in technology and with the ...
  • ... in 1959, to the newly opened Lakewood Civic Center. At 6,400 square feet, it was the largest branch library in the county ... It was one large room with blond wood furnishings, a central checkout and information desk, and a floor-to-ceiling window on the ... writes about Los Angeles twice each week at KCET's SoCal Focus blog. ...
  • ... John F. Kennedy speaking at dedication of Pinchot Institute, Milford PA, September 1963. | Photo: ... Grey Towers, conservationist Gifford Pinchot's old home in Milford, Pennsylvania, Americans must recognize that they were living in ... so that we in the 1960s can do our task of preparing America for all the generations which are still yet to come." This ...

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