While the name was inspired by the Seine River in Paris, the location of The Left Bank comes from a rich familial tradition -- it was once a tool shop run by Goodman-Lean's paterna
Placemaking Design Competition submission: Our proposed development would replace several structures (along the L.A. River) with two stories of stacked re-purposed shipping contain
This weekend a series of activities will support the use of the River and exploration of the adjacent neighborhoods of Northeast Los Angeles.
Frogtown's Artwalk has a distinctly neighborhood feeling, as many of its galleries and performances operate out of resident garages, in resident driveways, or on street curbs.
Sipping coffee along the L.A. River is now a reality as RAC Design Build and Cafecito Orgánico have teamed up to hold a pop-up coffee shop along the river's pedestrian and bike pat
A flashy "Prada" sign in Elysian Valley belies what's found inside: a thriving local business that deals with everything from bicycles to French poetry books.
With the summer coming to a close, the Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront Collaborative (NELA RC) summer intern cohort ended their internships with a celebration.
Roots of the Northeast L.A. family enterprise run deep -- the business was first established in 1895 in the small German town of Luebbenau, about 60 miles south of Berlin.