On Your Corner
he Sunset Marquis Hotel in West Hollywood celebrates 50 years of playing host to the rich, the famous, the not-so-famous and to some of the best entertainers in the world.
The nightclub that brought the world Go-Go dancing has had a front row to musical history from its spot on the Sunset Strip before the city of West Hollywood was even founded.
West Hollywood is known for being one of the most progressive cities in the U.S.
In the heart of the Sunset Strip is a place that’s been described as the “Mecca of stand-up comedy”, where Jim Carrey, David Letterman and Richard Pryor were once regulars.
One of the busiest places in all of Southern California can be found in West Hollywood.
This thriving community once went by a different name.
KNX 1070 NEWSRADIO’s award-winning series profiling Southern California communities, will take an in-depth look at West Hollywood on Friday, December 13 from 5am – 7pm.
(KNX 1070) – Once almost entirely African American, the face of South L.A. has changed over the last few decades. Megan Goldsby reports.
South Los Angeles lost a treasure last week.
How can a light rail project morph into a job creator, a trainer of skilled labor for the next 30 years, while possibly establishing economic hubs all along its proposed route?
Low-income residents of South Los Angeles are working to help shape their community through an organization called “Trust South L.A.”
The Martin Luther King Jr. Community Hospital is set to reopen in early 2015 with a renovated ER and a focus on preventative care.
These days you can simply download your favorite song to your iPod.
For a better appreciation of the spirit of South Los Angeles, it’s worth checking out the California African American Museum at Exposition Place.
South L.A. was once home to a vibrant jazz and blues scene.