Desert Road

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  • ... city, familiar dystopian and utopian images crowd into the conversation . When we talk about Los Angeles , should we be ... more than a hundred years ago. As William A. McClung notes in "Landscapes of Desire: Anglo Mythologies of Los Angeles ," ...
  • ... Angeles : I have lived and worked as an artist in Atwater for thirty-four years. We're the proud owners of the American ... You don't have to know what they do, unless you speak with . But you feel like you're uh in a community. It's a pretty wonderful ...
  • ... the 1970s. She and her husband Rey began getting involved in community efforts when they realized that city officials were not living ... interview Ceci and I engaged in an almost two hour conversation . The transcription process was difficult for much of what Ceci ...
  • Ed Fuentes is an arts journalist, photographer, graphic designer, and digital ... for 13 years, and still covers regional art and culture with his blog, viewfromaloft.org which began in the Arts District in 2006. ...
  • It's a common national perception of Chinese food in Los Angeles : visitors seem perpetually surprised that the ... Angeles' past, it no longer is an active part of the conversation around these parts. Frankly, no one comes to L.A. to eat at ...
  • ... he was still a teenager. Rollins has lived out in New York since the late 1990s and given that his reputation went national ... (Undefeated 'five-strikes' logo. Designer Adam Levite and Associates in Science.),  Check out this video ...
  • Los Angeles is the most beautiful city in the world, if only at night and from a distance. This observation resonates with many Angelenos, and when they quote it, they often refer to the city as ...
  • Artists and community members convened in the Antelope Valley's Devil's Punchbowl County Park to discuss the relationships people have developed with the local environment. [scald=76422:kl_image_original_context {"additionalClasses":""}] AV Outpost 4th Open Conversation at Devil's Punchbowl, April 25, 2015. | Photo: Mark Farina ...
  • ... is preparing for a summer that will be brimming with activity. From community events like the April 27 Bike-Walk Spectacular to distributing surveys in five neighborhoods -- Atwater Village, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, ...
  • ... It's time to nip this citywide trolley-to-nowhere talk in the bud. [scald=26559:kl_image_original_context] Back in ... primary purpose of public transportation is not so people with money can window shop. It's to get people to work and school and to the ...

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