By Lionel Rolfe As bombs were blowing up in Boston last week, I was sitting in my doctor’s office in Los Angeles’ Chinatown and he was telling me that he had no medicines to deal with my painful swollen legs, knees and feet.
MoLAA Re-imagines the Permanent Collection By Andrea Serna, Arts and Culture Columnist The Museum of Latin American Art owns more than 900 pieces of contemporary Latin American Art. Its collection represents one of the most significant collections of this field in the United States. At the time of the museum’s inception, theRead More
April 20 Western Avenue Corridor Vision Plan Community is invited so that they can review ideas, provide input and learn more about the efforts to improve Western Avenue. Two short presentations are scheduled at 10:30 a.m. and 1 p.m. April 20, at Peck Park Community Center in San Pedro. Venue: PecRead More
Discovering the secret assets By James Preston Allen, Publisher I have lived in this seaport community for 40 years now and I’m still discovering secrets in this close-knit town. Secrets that even some of the long-time residents don't know or understand. Situated as we are on the edge of Los Angeles, home to the larRead More