Thursday nights at J.U.I.C.E. belong to the at-risk youth of L.A. As the uplifting vibe seeps through from the entranceway of the stone building, hip-hop enthusiasts gather in part of a non-profit culture program known as Justice by Uniting in Creative Energy.
Skid Row is home to 10,000 alone, and in Hollywood, an estimated 4,800 to 10,000 flock to the streets without shelter at some time during the year according to the study.
Blocks away from Pershing Square are the Toy and Fashion Districts of Los Angeles, some of the pioneering industries that helped propel L.A. It is also home to L.A.’s infamous Skid Row, the pioneering frontier of forgotten wastelands and memories. Hundreds of the homeless line the streets of San Julian, San Pedro, 7th, 6th and 5th streets like an army of lost angels unbeknownst of their fall from grace.
Patt Morrison, as the radio host her own show on KPCC, mainly airs current topics that concern Los Angeles and often a national audience, while as a columnist she covers things she feels strongly about.
The majority of the diverse members of the PCC community has decided to save their tax rebate checks rather than spend them.
The setting of the preliminary hearing on murder charges for former PCC student Isaac Campbell will be held on Aug. 7.
Any analysis of Hillary Clinton’s failed campaign wouldn’t be complete without considering the sexism question.
Coaches roll out a litany of injuries that would be enough to make even the most experienced doctor a little queasy.
Not too long ago, Larry Mantle celebrated his 20th anniversary on the airwaves with a memoir, “This is AirTalk – 20 Years of Conversation on 89.3 KPCC.