Posted in Civic District DTLA Crime & Culture

Lights Out on the 6th Street Bridge: Can the City Put an End to Copper Wire Theft?

Stationed on the 6th Street Bridge, surrounded by a crowd of media and city officials,…

David G Brown
Posted in Artists in Residence BLK DTLA Civic District

Journey in Art & Education – David G. Brown: Political Cartoonist, Educator, and Publisher

Meet David G. Brown a remarkable individual who has made a significant impact in the worlds of art,…

Wendy Carrillo CD 14
Posted in Civic District Quest for CD14

ASSEMBLYMEMBER Wendy Carrillo – Crashed But Not Out of the Race

In a surprising turn of events in the race for CD14, candidate Assemblymember Wendy Carrillo,…

Metro
Posted in Artists in Residence Civic District

Metro Art Presents “Where You Stand” a Trip Back in Time to Original Chinatown

Union Station is the heart of Los Angeles, connecting countless numbers of people like coursing…

Posted in #SurvivingDTLA Civic District

Massive Protest in Support of Palestinian Rights Bleeds Into the Streets of Downtown Los Angeles

The sun soaked day couldn’t have shown a brighter light on the sentiments of thousands…

Kevin deleon
Posted in Civic District Quest for CD14

Come Back Kevin! de León Announces Run for Re-Election. But Can He Win?

In a plot twist that could rival your favorite telenovela, Los Angeles City Councilman Kevin…

Posted in Civic District Music To Your Ears

DTLA PROUD Love Fest featuring a Splash of SummerTramp at Gloria Molina Grand Park

It’s the Summer of Love thanks to the return of DTLA Proud’s Love Fest, back…

Posted in #SurvivingDTLA Civic District

LA On Strike! But What Do the City Workers Want?

City employees, represented by the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 721, have taken to the streets to protest what they perceive as unjust treatment by the city administration.

Homeless encampment
Posted in #SurvivingDTLA Civic District

Homeless, Homeless, and More Homeless, As LA Braces for a Homeless Heatwave – Here’s What We Can Learn From DTLA

DTLA has been an epicenter of homelessness for a long, long time. And with age comes experience. Here’s what others can learn from Downtown when it comes to dealing with the homeless population.

Posted in #SurvivingDTLA Civic District

DTLA PowerGirls – Check Out LA County Board of Supervisor’s New Racial Equity Strategic Plan

Comprehensive plan addresses racism and creates a roadmap for a more equitable, inclusive, and just…

Posted in Civic District Monuments In Time Upcoming Events

Grand Central Market Retold: The True Story of DTLAs Most Historic Wonder Market

In the beginning…God created Downtown… Then, Homer Laughlin Sr. a former Civil War veteran turned dinnerware mogul,…

Posted in Civic District Downtown Appetite DTLA Sweet Tooth

Ready to Sweeten DTLA Hearts! Bastion Bakery Opens at GCM

Brace yourselves, sweet-food lovers! Grand Central Market, Downtown’s beloved and iconic food hall just introduced…