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Lewis MacAdams: Poetic Politics on the Los Angeles River

Lewis MacAdams: Poetic Politics on the Los Angeles River

"Godfather of the L.A. River" just celebrated his seventh decade in this world this month, more than three decades after he founded Friends of the L.A. River.
First Ever Bird Fest Demystifies Hidden Avian World of Los Angeles

First Ever Bird Fest Demystifies Hidden Avian World of Los Angeles

The first ever Bird Festival of Santa Monica will be toward beginner and advanced birders alike.
Arts District Fights to Keep Metro Maintainance Yard Out

Arts District Fights to Keep Metro Maintainance Yard Out

The neighborhood just recently found out that Metro is planning to build a maintenance facility for the heart of the Arts District.
Elysian Valley Residents Push for Smart Growth

Elysian Valley Residents Push for Smart Growth

In the wake of a looming billion-dollar investment on the Los Angeles River, developers are looking to win big on river-adjacent communities -- which has Frogtown residents worried ...
Glassell Park's Decade-Long Effort at Building a Bus Shelter

Glassell Park's Decade-Long Effort at Building a Bus Shelter

No less than seven bus lines pass through the unusual piece of land that sits at the junction of three major roads in Glassell Park. This transit-rich island has been devoid of sha ...
Drawing a Personal Map of the Los Angeles River

Drawing a Personal Map of the Los Angeles River

A memory map can help people capture the magic of a place as a psychological phenomenon that lives only in the minds of those who experience it.
L.A. River 'Crown Jewel' Parcel Purchase on the Horizon

L.A. River 'Crown Jewel' Parcel Purchase on the Horizon

The city seems to be determined to acquire the last remaining parcel of land in the Taylor Yard rail complex in Cypress Park, which has been owned by Union Pacific since the early ...
Proposed Senior Center Project on L.A. River-Adjacent Open Space, Now Seeking Public Comment

Proposed Senior Center Project on L.A. River-Adjacent Open Space, Now Seeking Public Comment

A 4.5 acre parcel adjacent to the L.A. River is slated to become a senior housing complex instead of a park.
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