Samuel B. Marlowe, South LA’s own private detective, just may have inspired famed noir characters Sam Spade and Philip Marlowe.
The Gleicher/Chen Health Center celebrates its first month open helping people tackle HIV.
The market converted after community members lobbied for change.
More from Intersections
December 19, 2014 By Sarah Zahedi | Reporter
BLOOM (Building a Lifetime of Options and Opportunities for Men) creates a positive and productive future for young Black males in South L.A.
December 12, 2014 By Daina Beth Solomon | Editor-in-Chief
While minor, the tornado still inflicted damage — and caused not a small bit of surprise.
December 11, 2014 By Daina Beth Solomon | Editor-in-Chief
The founder of Community Health Councils led notable campaigns for health and healthcare in South LA.
December 9, 2014 By Colette Silver | Staff Reporter
Many journalists, academics and activists are asking: What has changed?
December 8, 2014 By Kevin Tsukii | Staff Reporter
Bikers and walkers turned out to enjoy the mild weather and upbeat vibe in South LA.
December 8, 2014 By Amanda Scurlock | Staff Reporter
Daphne Bradford, the pioneering educator behind Mother Of Many, is recognized for helping high schoolers get excited about technology.
December 2, 2014 By Intersections South LA
A framework for citywide street vending regulations has been approved.
December 1, 2014 By Daina Beth Solomon | Editor-in-Chief
Protestors highlighted local ties to incidents in Missouri, declaring “Ferguson is everywhere.”
November 28, 2014 By Sheyna Gifford | Reporter
Hundreds receive health coverage and learn about recent legislation at Let’s Get Health South LA.
November 26, 2014 By Matthew Tinoco | Reporter
The oil drilling site at Jefferson Boulevard and Budlong run by Freeport McMoRan has plans to expand.
November 25, 2014 By Kevin Tsukii | Staff Reporter
An hour-by-hour breakdown of the response on social media to a no-indictment decision in Ferguson.
November 25, 2014 By Neon Tommy
“Hands up, don’t shoot, hands up, fight back,” chanted protesters.
November 23, 2014 By Sinduja Rangarajan | Staff Reporter
Michael Williams is battling a series of personal traumas to bring African-American comedy back to LA.
South LA in the News
December 19, 2014
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LAUL provides job training, job placement, youth achievement and business development programs.
RISE aims to generate economic activity that strengthens entire neighborhoods.
Profiles of South L.A. organizations that are propelling positive change.
Reporter Corps member Miguel Molina writes a tribute poem to Gabriel Garcia Marquez.
By gardening and keeping lights low, a family in Watts challenges mainstream notions of “environmentalism.”
A college student and her family in Watts must get by this year without food stamps or other assistance.
Watch Skylar E Myers’ audiovisual slideshow about her neighborhood in South Central LA.
Julieta Mendez responds to an LA Times article about “soaring home prices” in South LA.