Category Archives: Urban Affairs and Neighborhoods

Challenges met, a new cultural jewel opens on Olvera Street

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

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Inglewood oil field controversy near an end

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

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