In May 2000, the New York Times reported the upcoming demolition of the Crenshaw District’s Holiday Bowl. Built by Japanese American investors in 1958, just as Crenshaw and neighboring Leimart Park were reemerging as one of the city’s most diverse neighborhoods, the bowling alley served as an integrated leisure space where African, Mexican, and Asian Americans could interact. 3,007 more words
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Is it time to redraw the map of London to reflect the reality of its huge economic pull on the wider south-east? New data released last week show what an even “greater” London might look like. 478 more words
* “Startup claims it will build fiber network in LA and wireless throughout US;” like everyone else I will express skepticism.
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