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Found LA was a FREE, annual citywide event that showcases culturally dynamic neighborhoods through the eyes of residents, public figures, and renowned artists, who volunteer to share their unique perspectives and passion for their neighborhood. Found LA is open to anyone who wants to organize a tour of their neighborhood, and anyone who wants to learn more about the vast expanse that is Los Angeles.


Each year, generally on the third weekend in October,  the program explores a different theme, introducing Angelenos to their city -- L.A. River, Great Streets, Cultural Treasures of the Promise Zone -- highlighting the people, events, and places that make the heart of L.A. so culturally dynamic. As part of Found LA, culture seekers explore historic boulevards, sample delicious foods in unknown corridors, and hear little-known stories, among many other adventures in communities all around the city. 

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Black-Owned Business Directory

Expo Park

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by Reaghan Murphy
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Expo Park: Then & Now
by Dan Lamere

Leimert Park

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Coffee & Community
by Jordan Gonzales
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Preserving the Legacy
by Molly Creighton

MacArthur Park

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The Heart and Soul of L.A.
by Margaret Muñoz
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The Triumphs and Tribulations of Street Food Vendors
by Callie Corcoran
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