The neighborhood council which presides over View Heights, Angeles Mesa, and Hyde Park will host a planning meeting on May 12 at Dulan’s on Crenshaw.
“…We can take this desire, this need, and this necessity at this moment in history, the necessity to tell our story, to document our story, but also to mark our territory forever.” -Councilmember Marqueece Harris-Dawson
The memorial is at the highest point of the park, overlooking the city.
The youth cycling team trains out of Ride On! Bike Shop/Co-Op in Leimert Park.
Fred and Richard Williams, who trained the Williams sisters as children, are grooming future tennis stars at Rancho Cienega Sports Complex.
Coach Mack has sent more than 50 high school athletes to college by dramatically increasing their speed.
The program has teams for beginners and advanced players.
Spas, wine, and relaxation are just a short trip down the 15 Freeway.
Skiing and snowboarding are the main attractions, but this winter resort town has a lot more than that to offer.
Palm Springs and Palm Desert offers relaxation with luxury resorts, spas, fine dining, shopping, and attractions.
This co-op performs repairs, assists people in repairing their own bikes, and sells new bicycles.
The View Park-Windsor Hills health center promotes physical activity, mental health, and spiritual awareness.
“Through this fist style one gains long life and happiness.”
The park has a mile-long hiking trail and is the home of the infamous Culver City Stairs.
The South Los Angeles native and film executive discusses how the industry became more diverse.
Tony “El Pana” Welch brings salsa to Ride-On! Bike Shop and Co-op.
Glass is using advanced technology to stay ahead of the
competition in the film industry.
The filmmaker created the Haiti International Film Festival to showcase the best that his people have to offer.
This creative space brings together artist, musicians, entrepreneurs, and community members from all walks of life.
The podcast is designed to discuss issues that affect South Los Angeles communities.
Hyde Park, Angeles Mesa, and View Heights are all a part of the Park Mesa Heights Neighborhood Council.
Turo allows car owners to rent out their own vehicles.
The NAACP and Airbnb formed a partnership to help people of color use their homes to earn extra income.
This partnership will enhance both the BusinessZone and the Standard’s abilities to showcase local businesses and share business strategies.
The organization tutors children from kindergarten through 5th grade for free at their View Park headquarters.
The Achievers program develops leadership skills in graduating high school seniors.
The fraternity will host a career fair and youth programs that will be open to the public, as well as a golf tournament and various social events. May 3-6.
SGRho chapters in Los Angeles, Inglewood, Culver City, Compton, and Santa Monica impact the lives of middle school and high school girls.
The neighborhood council for View Heights, Angeles Mesa, and Hyde Park hosted candidates for judge positions on the November ballot at their August meeting.
The Bobby Seale Gun and Rifle Club, which meets monthly at the LAX Firing Range in Inglewood, promotes gun awareness and safety while distancing themselves from anti-government gun organizations.
Donald Trump won the election and is in office, so many people have questioned the purpose of protesting.
Measure HHH passed in November to build housing for the homeless; Measure H on the March ballot is needed to pay for services.
Macy’s, Becca’s Closet, MAC Cosmetics, and AT&T gave Dorsey seniors star treatment.
This Black-owned beauty supply store on Western Ave. and Washington Blvd. has products for men and women, and serves as a cultural center.
The natural hair community came together to show off the beauty of head wraps.
The View Park-Windsor Hills boutique makes original pieces for men, women, and children.
The group walks around the second level of the mall early in the morning.
Free holistic workshops, entertainment and health screenings geared for the body, mind and soul. Wellness fair is held on May 26.
Community S.T.E.P.S. program builds a healthy relationship between the community and the LAPD.
No longer a typical liquor store, Hank’s in Hyde Park now features fresh food and is a community center.
Ethnomusicologist Billy McCoy discusses the weekly music workshops in Leimert Park.
Leimert Park Village is the music mecca of South Los Angeles, featuring jazz, blues, soul, gospel, R&B, and hip hop.
This free performing arts program in Leimert Park instructs children in music, dance, theater, and film.
Justin Jackson’s photography portfolio has been heavily influenced by African American music and culture.
This cultural art center in Arlington Heights features paintings, film screenings, lectures, dance performances, and yoga classes.
The exhibit examines how housing restrictions, police brutality, and other incidents led to the 1992 uprising.
Willie Jenkins created a shop where people can enjoy the flavors that are common in Black communities, but at the same time be more health conscious.
Black-owned Hot and Cool Cafe in Leimert Park Village creates a meeting place for the community.
This Inglewood urban eatery has been serving the community for nearly 34 years.
The Billionaire Burger Boyz and Happy Ice L.A. bring this festival-type event to South Los Angeles every second Friday night of the month, 6pm-10pm.