Palabra: Sandy Silvia founder of Women Lowrider's in Pasadena, California.
Palabra: The Colorado Street Bridge is a historic landmark in Pasadena, California. Sandy takes great pride in being born, raised, and currently living in the city.
Sandy Avila’s ‘84 Cutlass parked under The Colorado Street Bridge, a historic landmark in Pasadena, California. For palabra.
Palabra: At the women's lowrider meet-up in San Pedro, California, Julissa Munoz shows off her '85 Buick Riviera. Munoz, a high school senior says, "It's inspiring to see that our culture has not died. It brings me so much joy."
Al Jazeera: "Julia Olijnyk came from Irpin, Ukraine. 'Our city was attacked very heavily, so we needed to run away in the first days,' she says. 'Everything changed in a moment, sometimes I feel like I've been sleeping all this time.'" April 7, 2022
Al Jazeera: "Julia Olijnyk is expecting her first child, a girl, that she and her husband plan to name Nicole. After taking four flights to arrive in Mexico, the encampment medic provided a check-up and said mother and child are healthy." April 7, 2022
Al Jazeera: "The Benito Juarez sports complex is set up to accommodate 300 Ukrainian refugees near the US-Mexico border."
Al Jazeera: "A Ukrainian mother holds her child as they wait to seek asylum in the US at the San Ysidro port of entry in Tijuana, Mexico." April 7, 2022
KCRW: "A worker fixes a rebar on the helical, or spiraling, concrete ramp for cyclists and pedestrians, connecting the ground to the bridge." March 17, 2022 Los Angeles, CA
KCRW: "A view from Boyle Heights shows the new Sixth Street Viaduct and its view of downtown Los Angeles." March 17, 2022. Los Angeles, Ca.
KCRW: View from the bridge of the helical ramp and the San Gabriel Mountains beyond.
KCRW: "The western view from the new Sixth Street Viaduct shows downtown LA framed by the leaning arches." March 17, 2022. Los Angeles, Ca.
KCRW: Greater LA is exploring changing neighborhoods in a new series called “Born & Razed, first off Echo Park.
KCRW: Hermenia Perez (seated left), the self described “Novia” of Echo Park, holds court at Alejandra’s Quesadillas.
KCRW: Hector Armando Garcia has been working at the Theodore Payne Foundation for over six years. He comes from a family of farmers. He says working here has changed his course in life for the best.
Inglewood Today: During a BLM rally in downtown Los Angeles several police officers arrest a demonstrator.
Inglewood Today: A fire breaks out in downtown Los Angeles's fashion district.
Inglewood Today: A security guard is trapped between a fire that broke out in Los Angeles's downtown district.
KCRW: Players collide in a recent game between Angel City FC and the Houston Dash. For kcrw.
KCRW: Fans wave flags, including to show their LGBTQ+ pride, during a recent Angel City FC game in June, which is pride month.
For KCRW: Players fight for the ball in an early June game between Angel City FC and the Houston Dash.
KCRW: Dixie and her boyfriend Brian (they didn’t want to share last names) have been living on the Venice boardwalk since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Job loss left them no choice but to sleep on the boardwalk. June 29, 2021.
KCRW: Mayor Garcetti takes a stroll down the Venice Beach boardwalk addressing the current homeless issue. June 29, 2021.
Inglewood Today: The pandemic's shortage of toilet paper inspired Josh to give out free tissue on the street of Los Angeles.
KCRW: Sheriff Alex Villanueva, visits Veterans Row in Brentwood.