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Growing an Urban Agriculture Hub on the Los Angeles River

Growing an Urban Agriculture Hub on the Los Angeles River

A study concluded that the 660-acre area bisected by the L.A. River within Lincoln Heights, Cypress Park, and Chinatown neighborhoods is an ideal neighborhood to encourage urban ag ...
Making Durfee School Cooler with Trees and Flowers

Making Durfee School Cooler with Trees and Flowers

If the land temperature is lowered and the air is made fresher by the flowers, it would make the school's environment healthier.
In L.A.'s Regime of Speed: 'Change and Velocity'

In L.A.'s Regime of Speed: 'Change and Velocity'

Speed and momentum are this city's medicine for its anxieties about the permanence of palm trees, sunshine, and radical self-reinvention.
Repairing the Potholes in El Monte Benefits Drivers and Pedestrians

Repairing the Potholes in El Monte Benefits Drivers and Pedestrians

We will focus on Emery Street, because it has dangerous potholes that can cause dangerous accidents for pedestrians and cars.
Hacking the Drought at L.A. Futurethon

Hacking the Drought at L.A. Futurethon

Dozens of individuals from around the city attended the 48-hour hackathon, which addressed the issue of the drought in California, in hopes of developing innovative solutions to th ...
Justice for Janitors Day Marks 25th Anniversary in L.A.

Justice for Janitors Day Marks 25th Anniversary in L.A.

June 15, 2015 marks the 25th anniversary of Justice for Janitors Day, a day that commemorates the many historic social justice actions, demonstrations, and events that positioned L ...
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