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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.
Guiding Los Angeles Toward a Healthy Future

Guiding Los Angeles Toward a Healthy Future

Los Angeles is a city with many health inequities, and where a person lives often determines their health destiny.
The Emerald Necklace Vision for a Healthier L.A. County

The Emerald Necklace Vision for a Healthier L.A. County

The Emerald Necklace, inspired by the 1930 Olmsted-Bartholomew Plan, would unite communities of L.A. County through a network of river-adjacent greenways that link the San Gabriel ...
Three Perspectives on the Riverside Figueroa Bridge

Three Perspectives on the Riverside Figueroa Bridge

We checked in with three of the major players in the debate to ask what future they see for the Riverside Bridge.
Los Angeles State Historic Park: Historic Groundbreaking for Parks, Planning, and People

Los Angeles State Historic Park: Historic Groundbreaking for Parks, Planning, and People

The Park reflects a seminal moment in the history and greening of Los Angeles in three ways: parks, planning, and people.
Los Angeles State Historic Park Gets an Overhaul; Community Concerned about Future Programs

Los Angeles State Historic Park Gets an Overhaul; Community Concerned about Future Programs

New features include a welcome pavilion, a citrus grove, and a wetland area, as well a flexible event space that could be used for concerts -- which has got some residents worried.
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