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<p>Metro bought the station in 2011 from Catellus Development (a descendant of the Santa Fe and Southern Pacific railroads) for $75 million. The station is beginning a multi-year program of expansion, renovation, and conservation. I can only hope that the project will retain Union Station's capacity for daydreaming.</p><p>The relighting of Manning's Coffee Shop sign is the second neon sign to be restored along Highland Park's Figueroa Street by a pack of community leaders and preservationists.</p><p>Toyo Miyatake and his photography studio has captured and told the story of Little Tokyo and surrounding Japanese American community for decades.</p><p>The Riverside Art Museum and the Life Arts Center have transformed over time from YMCAs to temples of physical art.</p>Before the internet, change was measured in increments that spanned years, now it is measured in versions.<p>Kaliman is the patron saint of adults who've spent part of their childhood in Mexico and now live in the U.S.</p><p>Student producers from the L.A. River School continue their exploration of the places and people that make up the Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront district.</p><p>Architect Rick Cortez shares his appreciation for Elysian Valley and his role in the evolving nature of the neighborhood and the L.A. River.</p>
Karla Gutierrez and Paola Gonzalez, an 18 and 17-year-old from Animo Inglewood Charter High School, perform an original poem that gives a voice to the struggles immigrants have and continue to face in America.