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Fly Fishing the Los Angeles River

Fly Fishing the Los Angeles River

Where there's water, there will always be fishermen wondering if they can hook a fish on their line.
Conquering a Fear of Trying in the Classroom

Conquering a Fear of Trying in the Classroom

A teacher at South L.A.'s Foshay Tech Academy reflects on how students can build confidence through asking questions, working with each other, and checking in on a regular basis an ...
A Brief History (and Geography) of the San Gabriel Valley

A Brief History (and Geography) of the San Gabriel Valley

An ancestral home of the indigenous Gabrielino/Tongva people, San Gabriel Valley today is the largest majority Latina/o and Asian American region in the U.S.
Rain Causes L.A. River Rec Zones to Close

Rain Causes L.A. River Rec Zones to Close

The MRCA observed stormwater discharge in the Los Angeles River following the rain storm over the weekend.
Old Town San Diego and the New Children's Museum

Old Town San Diego and the New Children's Museum

This week L.A. Letters spotlights these two places in San Diego that epitomize both the city's storied past and the city's bright future.
The Missing Link: Exploring the Regional Connector Transit Corridor

The Missing Link: Exploring the Regional Connector Transit Corridor

Of the five Metro rail projects currently under construction in L.A., the Regional Connector is the shortest at just 1.9 miles long -- the but its consequences will be among the mo ...
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