Mapping the Untold Stories of Highland Park and the Arroyo Seco | KCET
Mapping the Untold Stories of Highland Park and the Arroyo Seco
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We want to hear from you what places you feel are significant to the neighborhoods in this area. We've already begun a map, which is seen above. On this map, you can identify points of interest, share personal anecdotes and why this particular place is culturally or historically significant.
Click here to get a peek of what others are saying or read one of the four stories submitted below for more in-depth Highland Park community stories:
Your contribution to this map will help to enrich the next installment of Departures!
Exploration of the Mojave Desert was directly driven by the desire to locate gold. These hell-bent gold seekers would bring about enduring cultural transformations and irreversible environmental legacies within California and other western states.
"At first I didn’t believe it was true," 17-year-old Zelda Saltzman said Tuesday. "I couldn’t fathom that something that has been standing for 400 years, and where I had just sung, was completely gone."
Learn how to prepare Coffee Cake with Pecan-Cinnamon Streusel from "America's Test Kitchen from Cook's Illustrated."
The logo, which includes the phrase “Fort Apache,” represented the station Sheriff Alex Villanueva formerly served and was among a host of station and unit logos worn by deputies to represent pride in their job assignments.
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