Bill Hayes’ essay, which was just posted to the Virginia Quarterly Review‘s website, is a lovely meditation his experiences taking the subway in New York City. I cannot take a […]
After multiple citizen protests and an attempted lawsuit against the retailer, Wal-Mart opened on Saturday, September 14th in Los Angeles’ Chinatown. The Neighborhood Market, on Cesar E. Chavez Boulevard and Grand Avenue, not only opposes the people’s’ interest but also threatens Chinatown’s economy.
By ELI GLAZIER, Editor, USC MPL For a number of reasons, bicycle sharing systems have become the new “must-have” thing for cities across the country. The success of the programs […]
“Los Angeles, give me some of you! Los Angeles, come to me the way I came to you, my feet over the streets, you pretty town I love you so […]
The Department of Recreation and Parks Has A New Identity and Vision for the Largest Publicly-Owned Park in Los Angeles.
By KATHERINE BRAY, Editor, USC MPL/Master of Arts Most nights, you won’t find much going on at the corner of Anaheim St. and Walnut Ave. in Long Beach. This intersection […]
Despite the sheer amount of food being produced in the modern food system, distribution efficiencies tend to bypass several communities that fall outside of primary distribution centers. More effective and […]
By PETER KRONER, Editor, USC MPL At the heart of every great civilization lies a sophisticated, accessible, and plentiful food surplus that sustains all members of its society. In modern […]