Despite being away from Los Angeles, I found myself thinking about the many ways a river can become part of a city's life.
The proposed program this year will offers guided and unguided tours of the Los Angeles River between Memorial Day through early-to-mid September, from sunrise to sunset.
We checked in with three of the major players in the debate to ask what future they see for the Riverside Bridge.
Cal Poly Pomona students have been working on their own discrete mile of the river, attempting to understand the nuances of each small part that makes up the 51-mile whole.
New features include a welcome pavilion, a citrus grove, and a wetland area, as well a flexible event space that could be used for concerts -- which has got some residents worried.
Angelenos might think L.A. is the only one with such a strange relationship to their waterways, but a new documentary says otherwise.
There are two important issues that face Los Angeles during and after a big rainstorm.
While a permanent rec zone is being planned for Glendale Narrows, other parts of the L.A. River are slowly making progress.