L.A.

  • Low-Income L.A. Neighborhoods Offered Internet at Higher Prices: Report

    Internet service in Los Angeles County is often offered at higher prices in low-income neighborhoods, while better deals are offered in wealthier areas, according to a report from the California Community Foundation and Digital Equity LA. Researchers picked random addresses in every city in the county and shopped for internet service...
  • 30-Year-Anniversary of L.A. Uprising: What Has Changed?

    Thirty years ago, in the wealthy Southern California city of Simi Valley, a majority-White jury acquitted four Los Angeles police officers of all charges in the videotaped assault of a Black man named Rodney King. The acquittals sparked five days of violence that came to be known as the “1992 L.A. Uprising”...
  • Learning from frontman Bardo Martinez about the sonically eclectic L.A. band

    Rhythms of Chicano Batman

    Learning from frontman Bardo Martinez about the sonically eclectic L.A. band Arturo Hilario El Observador Chicano Batman was a name that was created thanks to a meshing of cultures in the United States. This very much gives you a hint on what the music and mindset of the 4-piece...
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