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Ed P. Reyes River Greenway is Open, Sort of

Ed P. Reyes River Greenway is Open, Sort of

The rare green space in Lincoln Heights may seem like a park, but it's technically a water treatment facility.
New Report Introduces Northeast Los Angeles Riverside Communities to the Rest of L.A.

New Report Introduces Northeast Los Angeles Riverside Communities to the Rest of L.A.

The plan outlines eight overarching goals for the Northeast L.A. neighborhoods surrounding the L.A. River, with a list of viable projects, policies, and programs that will help upl ...
Local Media Perspectives on the L.A. River and Northeast L.A.

Local Media Perspectives on the L.A. River and Northeast L.A.

The researchers of the NELA Riverfront Collaborative conducted a focus group discussion with local media producers, editors, and writers to learn about the conditions and challenge ...
North Valleyheart Riverwalk Greens the Way in Studio City

North Valleyheart Riverwalk Greens the Way in Studio City

This Saturday at 11 a.m., the gates will officially open for the North Valleyheart Riverwalk Project, a $3.5 million project that rehabilitates the river trail from Studio City to ...
Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront Collaborative Open House

Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront Collaborative Open House

After over a year and a half of engaging the Northeast Los Angeles riverfront communities, the collaborative is excited to invite you to the final Northeast Los Angeles Riverfront ...
Will the Trickle Become the L.A. River? And for Whom?

Will the Trickle Become the L.A. River? And for Whom?

Writer, activist, and former California State Senator Tom Hayden reflects on what the recent developments in L.A. River revitalization could mean for the city.