Moments of danger, innovation, and wonder in the San Gabriels are reminders of Los Angeles' place at the edge of the sublime.
The San Gabriels provide over 70% of L.A. County's open space and host over 3 million visitors a year, and the proposed national recreation area would serve 17 million people withi
The emerging film industry and El Monte's Gay's Lion Farm shaped a bizarre period of exoticism surrounding the Whittier Narrows.
Marrano Beach, a popular recreational destination for Mexican American communities, was unlike any beach in Los Angeles.
The Emerald Necklace, inspired by the 1930 Olmsted-Bartholomew Plan, would unite communities of L.A. County through a network of river-adjacent greenways that link the San Gabriel
Wilderness protection advocate Ann Olander reflects on the 50th Anniversary of the Wilderness Act of 1964 and its impact on the wilderness of the San Gabriels.