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Uptown Long Beach: Bixby Knolls and California Heights

Uptown Long Beach: Bixby Knolls and California Heights

This week L.A. Letters highlights the vibrant spirit, historic architecture and emerging bike friendly programs that are revitalizing and redefining these two great Long Beach neig ...
The Great Bike Lane Disaster and Other Infrastructure Myths

The Great Bike Lane Disaster and Other Infrastructure Myths

Bike lanes are contentious, and they're making people angry, fearful, and frustrated. While robust redesign is taking place in some parts of the city, some communities are being le ...
L.A. River Improvement District Encourages River-Embracing Development

L.A. River Improvement District Encourages River-Embracing Development

The new ordinances address landscaping, screening and fencing, lighting, and orientation on new developments by the Los Angeles River.
Game-Based Learning: Playing and Programming for the Future

Game-Based Learning: Playing and Programming for the Future

What if school was fun? And what if this fun facilitated rich, meaningful learning? How might this motivate students and transform schools and communities? We explore what happened ...
L.A. Area Organizations Use Social Media to Augment Face-to-Face Engagement

L.A. Area Organizations Use Social Media to Augment Face-to-Face Engagement

In Los Angeles, where busy urban lifestyles often make it more difficult for groups to organize and engage with the community, social media becomes key medium for messaging.
Return of the Desert Wayfinder: World's Tallest Thermometer in Baker, CA

Return of the Desert Wayfinder: World's Tallest Thermometer in Baker, CA

5,000 new LED bulbs were lit and the 134-foot tower's thermometer reading started the climb, stopping at 102 degrees.
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