It’s 1992. You sprint down a sidewalk through the streets of Los Angeles, raucous with the noise of revolt. You sidestep around a burning pile of debris just as it falls from a higher floor and smashes into the ground directly in front of you. 249 kata lagi
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This November I presented my research on Berkeley’s People’s Park at SACRPH – The Society for American City and Regional Planning History. Because the conference was based in LA, many panels that put theorists, practitioners, and historians in conversation addressed local concerns over the right of the masses to the city. 417 kata lagi
Last Wednesday Night Skid Row returned to Irving Plaza to celebrate 25 plus years of being, well…completely badass.
Set to hit the stage at 10:00pm (after direct support from The Blackfires who never disappoint), promptly at 10:02pm a deep red light filled the stage and The Ramones “Blitzkrieg Bop” came blasting over the PA System, obviously the work of the Skids as they are big fans. 790 kata lagi
Police were searching for the gunman who shot and killed a coworker in a high rise in downtown L.A.’s garment district late Wednesday afternoon.
The shooting was reported in the 100 block of Seventh Street at 4:15 p.m., Los Angeles Police Department Officer Liliana Preciado said. 260 kata lagi
The Bowery, like Broadway to its west, follows an original Lenape footpath spanning the island of Manhattan from south to north. In the Colonial era the area was filled with farms (Bowery comes from the Dutch word for farm: Bouwerij) and evolved in the late 18th century into a thoroughfare of handsome houses, stores, and respectable places of entertainment before sliding into disrepute in the post Civil War era. 634 kata lagi
American Horror Story: Hotel is a terrifying show, but something even more eerie involves the fact that this season was inspired by a real-life hotel in Downtown Los Angeles. 611 kata lagi