An online fundraiser has been set up for Ignacio Torres, who sells near the Aliso Pico station
Two crucial measures were approved by the City Council, but vendors are still holding out for a host of reforms that will truly legalize their work
Our photographer took a snapshot of the neighborhood and its residents, dealing with the pandemic
Unanimous vote will create a permit system that will go into effect next year, along with new state law
The Safe Sidewalk Vending Act goes into effect in January and allows cities and counties to create local regulation
Street vendors in Los Angeles will no longer receive a misdemeanor charge for selling food or goods.
For some residents of Los Angeles, the sounds of the city are traffic and Metro trains and subways. But, for Boyle Heights residents, the sounds of th... Read More...