Chronicling Los Angeles history with menus + Inglewood school to take part in program for Internet access

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A map of South L.A. area.

Chronicling Los Angeles history, menu by menu: A city’s history can be seen through private letters, official records and sometimes even menus. A new book and exhibition by Josh Kun, a USC Annenberg School for Communication and Journalism professor, examined 9,000 L.A. restaurant menus from 1875 to the present, which mapped the growth of the city. (The New Yorker)

Inglewood school to take part in program for Internet access: Crozier Middle School are implementing the School2Home program to bring 300 seventh graders home access to Chrome book computers. The program will also provide training for both teachers and parents.  (Wave Newspapers)

South LA partnership to continue health disparity initiative: Planning grant will extend programs in the community and at Jefferson High School that foster better community health and human development. (Market Watch)

L.A. seeks injunction to end gang activity at Watts home: Los Angeles City Atty. Mike Feuer filed an injunction with the city to prevent gang activities near 2127 E. 110th St. filed an injunction after years of complaints from neighbors. (L.A. Times)



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