New green spaces are transforming the faces of large cities across the nation. But will they solve the problem of "park poor" communities?
Can Los Angeles do as well as New York City in creating a park experience that serves every neighborhood in the city?
After improperly excavating the remains of more than 100 people buried at the first cemetery in El Pueblo de Los Angeles, the County of Los Angeles finally returned the remains to
The six-mile-long Parque Madrid Río, filled with 300 acres of green space, is a shining example of how to create an urban park.
Madrid, Havana, New York, Los Angeles: cities around the world are revitalizing urban waters.
Grass roots groups and city leaders are working together to eliminate horrible odors from the L.A. sewer system.
Completion of the two square-mile Baldwin Hills Park will result in green space larger than Golden Gate Park in San Francisco or Central Park in New York City.
12 years after its approval for conversion from an abandoned rail yard, the Los Angeles State Historic Park remains unfinished.