The Wilfandel Club maintains the legacy of a civic-minded women’s organization that rose to prominence in the segregated Post-War era of Los Angeles.
Author: Eric Craig
Writer. City Lover. Creator of the South LA Recap.
Just decades ago, this tiresome brown building at 5700 South Hoover had a vibrant history of welcoming and saving lives in South Los Angeles.
Listen to Javier Servin from Californiography interview Eric Craig from The South LA Recap on the inspiration behind his work covering South LA.
The original Fatburger stand started in South Los Angeles in 1947. This is how it grew to be a burger empire.
Manual Arts High School has an incredible history as the third oldest high school in Los Angeles, spanning more than a century.
This mission architecture school used to grace the corner of Hoover and 70th streets in South LA. Now it’s a park. Here’s what happened.
In the early 1950s a team of doctors planned to build a state of the art hospital in Southwest Los Angeles amid a city-wide hospital bed shortage. Yet by the mid 1980s, the hospital was left locked and abandoned, leaving South LA with one less hospital. What happened in these 40 years? Let’s find out.
These are some of the most anticipated developments that will start, continue, and open in 2023 in South Los Angeles.
When you think about South LA, opportunities in robotics might not be the first thing that comes to mind. But South LA Robotics is changing that.