Explore Richard Walker and Suresh Lodha’s new atlas, which shows a new California in the making. It maps the economic, social, and political trends of a state struggling to maintain its leadership and to continue to offer its citizens the promise of prosperity.
Brenda Hillman’s Seasonal Works with Letters on Fire.
Junípero Serra at the Huntington Library through January 6.
Trees in Paradise: A California History by Jared Farmer reviewed.
The 1992 Los Angeles riots had roots not in Rodney King but in a killing that brought three very different women to a violent intersection a year earlier.
Before there was Boom or Sunset, there was the Overland Monthly. Its editors hoped it would help transform California’s social landscape.
It takes two to tango, but LA-style salsa demands much more: at least one well-heeled pair of dancers and an admiring audience.
A Carmel River compendium of art and writing finds its way into the watershed and communities that inspired its creators.
A new book explores problems of division on the U.S.-Mexico border and how to heal the divide.
Game-changing proposals that could have transformed Los Angeles, but were never built.