"For us the river is like the last adventure in the city. We would go in tunnels under the river and you feel like you're the first person that's ever been down there, but then you
On a crisp morning in Elysian Valley, Damian Robledo, a longtime employee of the area, was biking down the Los Angeles River Bike Path and a thought came to him, "Why can't I get a
The Los Angeles River isn't just a waterway wrapped in concrete. In the decades since tons of gloomy gray matter was poured over this wild river, it has morphed from a derelict, fo
"It's all about connecting face to face. Our streets are great civic gathering spaces and so is our river."
The tsunami of enthusiasm for concrete removal and eco-system restoration of the Los Angeles River may be giving short shrift to some communities.
Here are three online resources to help you understand mankind's relationship with water.
The proposed bikeway and pedestrian bridge would connect the neighborhoods of Cypress Park and Elysian Valley over the Los Angeles River.
Small business owners were concerned about quality of life issues and the buildings that will be demolished to make way for new construction.