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L.A.’s Velvet Painting Museum Is Hanging on for Dear Life in Chinatown

The future is hazy at Velveteria, the city’s kitschiest cultural institution
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How a Chinatown Studio Is Making the Art of Screen Printing Even More Egalitarian

Everyone is an artist at the Print Shop L.A.
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A Shop in Chinatown Is Selling Sustainable Clothes That Look Good Too

East/West Shop is disrupting a wasteful industry
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Hop Louie Is Coming Back to Life in Chinatown

Closed since 2016, the iconic Chinese dive is being revived by a pair of investors
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The Pleasures and Pains of Walking in L.A.

It's a myth that nobody walks in L.A.—but we could all stand to see a little more of the city from its sidewalks
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Up-and-Coming Artists of Color Capture the Beauty of Their Own Communities

Mirame Bien at Charlie James Gallery is "brown and black and vibrant"
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What It’s Like to Brave the Line at Howlin’ Ray’s

Is their Nashville-style hot chicken worth the three-hour wait?
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Artist Sara Chao Collects Souvenirs From a Life Spent in L.A.

In her show at Leiminspace, you'll find Super King receipts instead of Hollywood Boulevard trinkets

This Artist Walked from Tijuana to L.A. to Make a Powerful Statement

Jackie Amézquita trekked 150 miles to underscore both the physical and psychological obstacles of immigration