An overhead line burst at a business south of Little Tokyo Thursday, dousing an employee in the face with an acidic fluid, a Los Angeles Fire Department spokesman said.
It’s art from the streets that’s been moved into the museum, and critics are going gaga over it.
The second annual CicLAvia takes place Sunday, leaving nearly 8 miles of city roads shut down to drivers for about five hours.
Japanese-Americans, expats and others in the United States opened their hearts and their wallets this week to the victims of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami, finding touching and sometimes imaginative ways to donate or raise money for the Asian country’s injured and displaced.
Japanese-Americans and others are opening their hearts and their wallets this week to the victims of Japan’s earthquake and tsunami.
Japanese-American community groups in Los Angeles are preparing for the prayer vigil and fundraiser they’re holding in the city’s Little Tokyo neighborhood for victims of the earthquake and tsunami that struck Japan last week.
It’s been mixed results for many of those who want to find out if their loved ones made it though the giant quake.