Portions of Santa Monica and Manhattan Beach were once safe spaces for Black families in the early 20th century—although you probably had no idea.
Janna A. Zinzi is a strategist and storyteller using language and performance to uplift the voices and stories of people of color, especially women and gender non-conforming people. Her communications consulting is rooted in social justice; while her writing and dancing explore themes of artistic expression, pop culture, race, feminism, politics, spirituality, and travel. She lives in Los Angeles.
From the titillating burlesque you imagine when you first think of the genre to one that fuses with lucha libre, Los Angeles has it all.
America’s first cannabis cafe, a place where you can get high and eat at the same time, has opened in L.A. Here’s everything you need to know.
The Oklahoma city has a tragic racial past that still festers in local memory. Now it hopes The Gathering Place, a huge city park, can bring residents together.