This week L.A. Letters highlights a new exhibit spotlighting a street in invisible Los Angeles and a mixed-media anthology that shares the same zeitgeist.
To create a sense of place that is both neighborhood distinct and river oriented, a collective vision of urban design is necessary. Currently, developers and public entities look
Safety regulations require the design to allow not only the air to flow over the car, but also the people.
Ideas such as soft bottom, water quality, and river confluence can easily be conveyed with the new symbols created as part of the Noun Project.
On July 21, the Noun Project and L.A. River advocates will host the Iconathon -- a five-hour "hacking" session to design icons that can potentially be used in future L.A. river sig
Sunset Magazine crafted ideals of Southern California living through its thriving branch office in Los Angeles starting in the 1940s.