Just decades ago, this tiresome brown building at 5700 South Hoover had a vibrant history of welcoming and saving lives in South Los Angeles.
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Listen to Javier Servin from Californiography interview Eric Craig from The South LA Recap on the inspiration behind his work covering South LA.
Manual Arts High School has an incredible history as the third oldest high school in Los Angeles, spanning more than a century.
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.
Thomas Jefferson High School in Southeast Los Angeles stands as the fourth oldest high school in the entire city. Here’s its history.
The Slauson Swap Meet stands an integral part of South Los Angeles history and culture. So what’s the story behind it? Here’s a deep dive.
In the unincorporated neighborhood of View Park, you’ll find this pristine and peaceful walking trail on a steep edge of the neighborhood.
Opened in 2018, Coffee Del Mundo is one of the few independent coffee shops, operating within the South Los Angeles region.
When you take a deeper look at the school’s historical roots, you’ll find this once-predominantly Black school at the crux of segregation in a White neighborhood.