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The Neighborhoods

I have never felt, having lived here my entire life, that the sum of Los Angeles was its glamour. I’ve always thought that the sum of Los Angeles was the ordinary lives of its everyday people. 
—D.J. Waldie in LOS ANGELES NOW

America’s second largest and most multicultural city, Los Angeles, is a place of perpetual growth and change. Its evolving landscape has been shaped by reinvention and renewal, for reasons ranging from earthquakes to immigration. From the Venice Beach boardwalk to Koreatown and Echo Park, Los Angeles is a city with no discernable center: a collection of neighborhoods as diverse as the four million people who live there.

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