This week L.A. Letters highlights two new community spaces dedicated to amplifying the voice of Angelenos and providing alternatives to corporate spaces and cookie cutter culture.
Established in 1874, the second ever burial ground in the Valley now has only 13 or 14 gravestones, and volunteers have put in thousands of hours attempting to piece together the t
The L. A. River School and all the students who participated have been indispensable partners in the ongoing endeavor to re-imagine the Los Angeles River.
The proposed path in the L.A. River channel would create a continuous 31-mile bike route from Griffith Park to Long Beach.
Elysian Valley flowed with life on Saturday morning as more than a hundred community residents, activists, and river enthusiasts gathered for yet another milestone in the ongoing e
After the city's vast street car system was dismantled, its rail cars experienced a variety of fates, from having extended lives overseas to a new life as museums and restaurants.