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Mapping the Untold Stories of Highland Park and the Arroyo Seco

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With the recent launch of the Los Angeles River installment, Departures is researching its next installment exploring neighborhoods in Highland Park and the Arroyo Seco.

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!

This image is used under the Creative Commons license and is attributed to flickr user Nick Sherman.

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