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Category Archives: Urban Affairs and Neighborhoods
In years past, the space in and around Olvera Street –including the main plaza, the Pico House and the old Plaza church– have been the go-to spot for Angelenos looking to celebrate Cinco de Mayo commemorating the Mexican victory over … Continue reading
By Natalie Ragus An end to the 2.5-year-long legal battle over the Inglewood Oil Field may be in sight. Superior Court Judge James Chalfant recently ordered the Culver City and other parties involved in a collection of lawsuits against Los … Continue reading