The aqua themed structure has temporarily lived in each of the neighborhoods that comprise the NELA RC study area.
On Sunday April 7, over 60 pedestrians of all ages, some with their dogs, joined a walk to explore Northeast Los Angeles.
Neighbors see the encroaching coyote population as a consequence of the growing movement to naturalize the Los Angeles River.
The 0.4-acre curved park lies on the east bank of the Los Angeles River just off the Colorado exit below the 5 freeway.
Residents that these L.A. River revitalization projects unfolding in their backyards are adding stress to an already overloaded system.
A brewery and pub in an industrial area of Atwater Village are redefining public spaces.