Reggie Carson

jazz musician

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Jazz musician who's lived in View Park for over forty years

Reggie Carson on KCRW

The gentrification debate has taken a new turn in one historic Los Angeles neighborhood. View Park has been called the "Black Beverly Hills."

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The gentrification debate has taken a new turn in one historic Los Angeles neighborhood. View Park has been called the "Black Beverly Hills."

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