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Native Intelligence archive
for May 2009
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Homework tableThe communal table at Verve Coffee Roasters on Spring Street is always packed.
Death Valley gets all floweryGrace Peng's daughter wonders, is it Death Valley or Spring's Meadows? Native Intelligence
StreetscapeIglesia Aposento Alto. Cantara Street in Sun Valley.
StreetscapePort of Los Angeles.
LA's ghost streetsWriter Geoff Manaugh observes the shapes of blocks, yards and homes that reveal the existence of old streets. More
Down by the riverEgyptian geese in the Los Angeles River channel near the 6th Street Viaduct. Photo: Anna Sklar.
Gone but not forgottenA presence of the late downtown newspaper the Garment & Citizen remains on a Spring Street wall.
Colors of the seasonThe day before Thanksgiving. Veronique de Turenne
PCH blueNot a bad commute. Veronique de Turenne
Griffith Observatory in the '30sDon Bentley submitted this family snapshot. Not much growth on those hills.
Spring Street streetscapeFirst Whole Foods arrives downtown. Now health food for dogs.
Rain RoomMuch-anticipated installation at LACMA requires timed tickets. A peek inside.
Lines of miscommunicationOnly in LA: Steve Harvey's latest column.
StreetscapeLast chances on La Brea Avenue. Photo by Judy Graeme. See bigger
Future of CitiesAbout 500 people turned out for new group's first LA leadership summit.
Fishing the pierSanta Monica Pier.
Chuck Berry and the StonesOne rocking Saturday night in the KHJ-TV studios in 1965. Video and backstory
Dorothea Lange's LA photosDowntown's "Mexican quarter" in 1936. Images
Father and daughterMayor Eric Garcetti and his daughter, Maya, at Gary Leonard's gallery.
Republicans for VoldemortSpotted near the Malibu civic center. Veronique de Turenne
Visiting mom at Clifton'sVisiting mom's ashes, that is.
Neutra and SchindlerPlay imagines what happened after the estranged architects were reunited in a 1953 hospital room. Karen Wada