Homelessness turns tiny homes into big business. Not everyone likes the product

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This tiny home village in North Hollywood has 75 structures. It’s one of 11 villages in and around the City of LA to open in the past two years. Photo by Anna Scott.

Business is booming for a maker of the prefab homeless shelters known as tiny homes. Can a company banking on homelessness also help alleviate it? 

A newly installed arch over Beverly Boulevard, designed by Eliseo Silva, proudly welcomes people to Historic Filipinotown. It’s titled “Talang Gabay: Our Guiding World.”

Kevin Beasley’s new art exhibition in LA features mixed media that explores the Black experience and how it shapes American history and culture.