The Los Angeles Conservancy has begun offering in-person tours of historic Downtown LA once again after a six-month break due to the coronavirus pandemic.
At the beginning of the 20th century, Hotel Alexandria was the first luxury hotel in Downtown Los Angeles.
When William Loving wrote his first novel, “City of Angles,” he wanted to focus on something meaningful to him: the importance of community and recovering from tragedy.
Little Tokyo Service Center (LTSC) is gearing up to celebrate four decades of operation with a virtual gala this October.
The mission of Pilgrim School is to nurture the mind, spirit and moral awareness of its students.
In 1980, Para Los Niños was founded with the idea of creating a safe space for the children of Skid Row to “just be a kid.” Building on the importance of a healthy, stable home and idea of education as an equalizer, Para Los Niños became a resource to the Downtown Los Angeles community throu…
As kids prepare for the upcoming school year, school supplies remain critical to their success. While school districts struggle with the challenge of delivering education and resources to students amid a pandemic, many parents are working to determine how they will ensure their children have…
The Pasadena Jaycees have teamed up with local race car driver Jonathan Eshom to create the “Race for Relief” raffle, which will help benefit communities most impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic.