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The Left Bank of the L.A. River

The Left Bank of the L.A. River

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 ...
Northeast Los Angeles Placemaking Competition: Descansito Rest Stop

Northeast Los Angeles Placemaking Competition: Descansito Rest Stop

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 ...
The L.A. River Runs Wild Again with Activities this Weekend

The L.A. River Runs Wild Again with Activities this Weekend

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 Neighborhood Artwalk

Frogtown's Neighborhood Artwalk

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.
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A Coffee Shop Pops Up Along the L.A. River

A Coffee Shop Pops Up Along the L.A. River

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 ...
Coco's Variety Store: A Look Inside the Northeast L.A. Cycling Community

Coco's Variety Store: A Look Inside the Northeast L.A. Cycling Community

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.
NELA RC Summer Interns Are Awarded City Certificates for their Hard Work

NELA RC Summer Interns Are Awarded City Certificates for their Hard Work

With the summer coming to a close, the Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront Collaborative (NELA RC) summer intern cohort ended their internships with a celebration.
Kruegermann Pickles & Sauerkraut: Keeping Old World Traditions Alive in Elysian Valley

Kruegermann Pickles & Sauerkraut: Keeping Old World Traditions Alive in Elysian Valley

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.
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