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How Debutante Culture Became Part of Black Life in L.A.

Presenting teen girls at balls and cotillions has been a high-society tradition since the 18th century, but in the African American community, the ritual is about so much more

Space Savers: Meet the People Fighting to See the Past in L.A.’s Future

Experts weigh in on how historic places in Los Angeles will look in 2020 and beyond

Music History: The Music Center Turns the Big 5-0

The performing arts complex that Los Angeles so badly deserved celebrates half a century

JFK: Gone But Not Forgotten

On the 50th anniversary of his assassination, Kennedy insider Roz Wyman remembers our 35th President


On the eve of the 50th anniversary of John F. Kennedy's assassination, tributes to the 35th president are all around us

50 Years After “I Have A Dream,” Martin Luther King Exhibit Opens

Los Angeles Public Library honors the late civil rights leader with a new exhibit King, The Kennedys, and Los Angeles.