The latest news and views from the voices of South Los Angeles.
With election day looming, Caruso made his near-final campaign rounds at a Catholic church, a rooftop fire truck ride with men in uniform, and a town hall with baseball-capped supporters.
Students, faculty and South L.A. residents were shocked and disappointed by the congressmember’s remarks caught in a leaked audio recording.
Mel Depaz, a 25-year-old artist, painted a mural wrapping around all four walls of the Chesterfield Square Park bathroom which had been vandalized earlier this year.
Members of the Victory Baptist Church gathered at the wreckage of their place of worship.
Medical assistant turned gardening extraordinaire Sandra Mejia’s plant oasis seeks to inspire and build a community of plant lovers within South Los Angeles.
Learn how this historic Black-owned bank made a difference in 1960s Los Angeles.
The year-long program will direct over $1 million of funding toward L.A. community college students facing housing insecurity.
Lopez founded Avalon Nursery from the trunk of her car over 35 years ago, and she has no plans to slow down.
The nonprofit organization teaches children to grow their own fruits and vegetables in food deserts, equipping them with tools for the future.
The Maravilla Meat Market in East L.A. hosted Wellness Wednesday to provide the community healthy cooking tips and free produce boxes.
Staying in L.A.? Here’s six things to do over the summer while living in South Central.
Spencer Paysinger, South L.A. native, says he hopes to change the way people see his neighborhood with “All American.”
Students can help relieve stress and prioritize their mental health when becoming plant parents.
40 Love Foundation provides access to tennis training and mentorship for children in South L.A.