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  • ... changes. That means if you subscribe to the full UpDaily RSS feed, you'll stop getting updates in your reader. ... worry if you only subscribe to individual blogs like SoCal Focus yet). To be clear, the following feeds will be ...
  • The distinction between east and west in Los Angeles has been a fixture of the city's landscape from ... {"additionalClasses":""}] East or West? | Photo: Imparo| Flickr: Creative Commons License "Oh, East is East , and West is West, and never the twain shall meet" -Rudyard ...
  • ... through the people that live there. In January, SoCal Focus is taking readers through the Richland Farms series one day at a ...
  • ... with the renewed investment in transportation and focus on development adjacent to transportation. ... the neighborhoods and residents with the most need. At East L.A. Community Corporation (ELACC), we strive to engage the residents ... at: ACT-LA: www.allianceforcommunitytransit.org. Housing CA : www.housingca.org. Right to the City: www.righttothecity.org.   ...
  • On older maps of the city, Lincoln Heights is labeled " East Los Angeles," a name now used for a community three miles to the southeast. What happened--who moved East L.A.?   [scald=28741:kl_image_original_context ... map showing Lincoln Heights labeled as East Los Angeles. Map by L.A. Hotel and Travel Bureau. Courtesy of the ...
  • ... shaped by dynamic visions, both individual and collective. Commentary brings together diverse perspectives on the future of California ...
  • SoCal Focus is a blog about the people, places, and issues in and around Southern ...
  • ... of the panel. It's my shot at getting at a State of SoCal Latinos. The only way I can even get close to defining the Latino ... his column Movie Miento every week on KCET's SoCal Focus blog. It is a poetic exploration of Los Angeles history, Latino culture ...
  • <p>A study <a href="http://www.sciencemag.org/content/early/2013/07/10/science.1239213.abstract">published Thursday in the journal Science</a> has linked geothermal energy production in the Salton Sea area with an increase in local earthquakes.</p>
  • On May 18, 1969, downtown L.A.'s&nbsp;Angels Flight Railway&nbsp;was dismantled as part of the city's Bunker Hill Redevelopment project.

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