Happy birthday, Los Angeles! 237 looks good on you.Sept. 4 is the commonly accepted anniversary of when original settlers founded El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles in 1781. We’re paying tribute by writing a collective love letter to the city.
Every week we highlight a few stories produced by PIN partner newsrooms informed by sources in the Public Insight Network.
Each year, the organizers of the annual Labor Day parade and picnic in Wilmington award a poet with the Joe Hill Award, named in honor of the 20th century labor activist and songwriter. This year, Latino studies teacher and KPCC news source Irene Sanch…
We’re giving birth to a new column today — it’s called LADYist. With our first edition coinciding with the Labor Day weekend, we thought, let’s celebrate the other kind of labor: the miracle of birth.
We asked you for your stories, and, oh baby, did you deliver! More than 100 of you sent us your scary, funny, happy and harrowing tales of bringing life into the world.
Husband was source
Source acted as tour guide
Follows Omar’s story
Followed Erika’s story
Followed Maryam Zar’s story
This episode follows Hugo’s immigration story
Acted as tour guide