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The House that Love (and Music) Built: The Hiner Home of Highland Park

The House that Love (and Music) Built: The Hiner Home of Highland Park

A cozy, enchanted cottage on a transitioning stretch of Figueroa Street in Highland Park has close connection to Sycamore Grove Park -- and to the famed composer John Phillip Sousa ...
The Great Bike Lane Disaster and Other Infrastructure Myths

The Great Bike Lane Disaster and Other Infrastructure Myths

Bike lanes are contentious, and they're making people angry, fearful, and frustrated. While robust redesign is taking place in some parts of the city, some communities are being le ...
Outreach: Unearthing The North Branch of the Arroyo Seco with Jane Tsong

Outreach: Unearthing The North Branch of the Arroyo Seco with Jane Tsong

How does a community come together to "daylight" a hidden creek and how does it assert it's voice on how the creek will flow?
Outreach: The Tongva are the Native People of Los Angeles

Outreach: The Tongva are the Native People of Los Angeles

The Tongva are part of the past, present, and future of the Arroyo Seco.
Outreach: Suzanne Lummis' Stories and Poetry

Outreach: Suzanne Lummis' Stories and Poetry

Learning history through poetry and memories.
Ready to Ride: Getting Your Bike in Working Order

Ready to Ride: Getting Your Bike in Working Order

One of the biggest obstacles to getting on a bike is often having a working bike. Fortunately, there are plenty of resources in Los Angeles to make that happen.
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