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Desalination Isn't the Solution to L.A.'s Water Supply

Desalination Isn't the Solution to L.A.'s Water Supply

But conserving water and making full use of the L.A. River watershed could be.
Pedestrians and Bicyclists Disappointed Over Glendale-Hyperion Bridge Decision

Pedestrians and Bicyclists Disappointed Over Glendale-Hyperion Bridge Decision

One side advocated for a two-sidewalk option that would save pedestrians a pesky detour; the other wanted a one-sidewalk option that would give room for cars and avoid possible tra ...
Train Versus Pedestrian on Valley Boulevard

Train Versus Pedestrian on Valley Boulevard

The mournful train whistle along Valley Blvd. brings back memories of his father's mysterious death for author Alex Espinoza.
Incredibly Sinking State: The Lowdown on Subsidence

Incredibly Sinking State: The Lowdown on Subsidence

California's ground subsidence is causing unknown millions in damage to the state's infrastructure. Long Beach had that sinking feeling 70 years ago.
Compiling the Evidence: Keeping The Streets That Connect Us Safe

Compiling the Evidence: Keeping The Streets That Connect Us Safe

Most of our community isn't aware of the tools or steps that can be taken to get their local government to fix what needs fixing and increase safety and accessibility.
Thematic Cartography and Mapping Los Angeles

Thematic Cartography and Mapping Los Angeles

This week L.A. Letters highlights several books that examine the role mapping plays in place-making and regional identity, including the new book "LAtitudes" by Heyday Press that u ...
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