22 hours ago | Art
There’s a photo of Ashley Lukashevsky at Placita Olvera holding a poster aloft as she stands amidst other protesters. She’s focused on something in front of her, both hands holding either side of an illustration showing three brown bodies sitting ...
15 days ago | Art
“She doesn't understand why people like the picture. For her, it's day to day trying to survive.” Star Montana remembers staring out of a bus window as a child, taking in all the sights of L.A. at 40 miles per hour. Now, she talks to people on the...
1 month ago | Art
When Karen Hydendahl starts to experience a migraine, she usually asks herself one question: Does she take the meds that usually give her other symptoms or does she try to tough it out? You might not suspect she’s been dealing with this struggle w...
2 months ago | Culture
The experience of flipping through a zine can sometimes be akin to looking through someone’s diary. There are entry points into all kinds of thoughts from the creator: musings on pop culture, reflections on their neighborhoods, magnifications of r...
3 months ago | Art
If you look under the bridge at Toluca and Second streets in Westlake, a pensive female face will peer out at you. It’s the visage of labor leader Dolores Huerta, set in a mural that pays homage to the strength of women. Created in 1989 by Yreina ...
4 months ago | Art
Walking down Crenshaw near Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard, you'll come across plenty of small businesses. But for the people in the neighborhood, it seems like only a matter of time before the area changes drastically, and those business owners ...