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L.A. Letters Year in Review, 2014

L.A. Letters Year in Review, 2014

This week L.A. Letters reviews many of the key developments of 2014 and also looks ahead at emerging trends for 2015.
The Complexities of Creating Good Design for the L.A. River

The Complexities of Creating Good Design for the L.A. River

A design review board may add another layer of bureaucracy to the already complicated politics surrounding the L.A. River.
West Valley Bikeway

West Valley Bikeway

How do you play the L.A. River at the West Valley Bikeway?
The Road Less Travelled

The Road Less Travelled

Crenshaw is not the convenient, and personal, street it usually is for me. It may never be again.
Increased Price Tag Puts $1 Billion L.A. River Restoration Plan in Question

Increased Price Tag Puts $1 Billion L.A. River Restoration Plan in Question

If the cost of acquiring the Piggyback Yard proves too much, the city may lose out on 113 acres of L.A. River-adjacent riparian habitat restoration.
L.A. Letters Books of 2014: Part 2

L.A. Letters Books of 2014: Part 2

Following last week's list, this week L.A. Letters spotlights 10 more books, plus a poetic recording by one of L.A.'s most enduring poets.
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