La Raza was the best known and most influential of Chicano activist publications during the late 1960s and into the 1970s.
If you have no means to hire a defense attorney if facing a criminal charge, you should thank Clara Shortridge Foltz.
Among the three designers of the iconic “Theme Building” at the center of Los Angeles International Airport was a rather unique architect, especially for his time.
According the last census in 2010, more people in Los Angeles County are living to age 100 and over.
Valspeak or Valley Speak is a social class dialect said to have originated among materialistic young upper-class white women in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley.
The rainiest day on record in Downtown Los Angeles was March 2, 1938, recording 5.88 inches of rain.
A Los Angeles department store was the first to use commercial advertising to promote Hanukkah gift-giving.
Celebrated every December at Olvera Street, it is said to be the oldest, continuously-celebrated Christmas event in Los Angeles.
This very famous Christmas song was actually written from the viewpoint of a New Yorker who found himself in sunny Beverly Hills during Christmas.
Before the California Highway Patrol (CHP), they patrolled California roadways as the Highway Patrol Service.
These bookstores are Southern California's oldest, California's largest, the nation's largest university bookstore and the nation's oldest children's bookstore.
Immigration has long been a hot issue in California. What was said about it more than 170 years ago.