"The river corridor is home to more than one million people, 390,000 housing units, 480,000 workers, 35,000 businesses, and 80 schools."
Last week, Land of Departures toured the first half of Departures' collection of oral history interviews with nine prominent Southern California elected officials. That political
A hand drawn map from 1897 tells the story of the LA River's past and possible future.
In any urban setting, it's hard not to notice the presence of signs.
Every day should be Park(ing) Day.
For decades, two late, great, robust institutions were errantly maligned. Both were considered extinct. Both were large and said to have lumbered. Both were thought to have failed
Sparked in part by a 2008 kayaking expedition led by George Wolfe, the program is a reflection of the public's growing demand for access and recreation to the Los Angeles River.
The L.A. River can look to the Cheonggyecheon River in Seoul for inspiration in revitalizing an urban watershed.