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My Way Or The Highway: Why Mega-Roads Rule The City

My Way Or The Highway: Why Mega-Roads Rule The City

In the rush to grab all the newly available transportation dollars, cities such as Los Angeles made a Faustian bargain.
Immigrant Workforce Art Spends Weekend in Park

Immigrant Workforce Art Spends Weekend in Park

Eighteen or so cardboard figures were seen lingering at Belvedere Park in East Los Angeles as part of "Meet Me at the Metro" art program.
Exploring Along the Orange Line Extension

Exploring Along the Orange Line Extension

With the opening of the Orange Line Extension, it's now a bit easier to explore the wonders of the San Fernando Valley.
Exploring the Expo Line and its Surroundings: Phase 1 (Minus 2)

Exploring the Expo Line and its Surroundings: Phase 1 (Minus 2)

What can you find when you get off at every stop along the Expo Line?
Happy Foot Sad Foot: Walking South Central to Silver Lake

Happy Foot Sad Foot: Walking South Central to Silver Lake

In his new column Block by Block, modern day cartographer Eric Brightwell explores the various neighborhoods of L.A. on foot, bus, or train.
Ceci Bastida: From Tijuana No! To Los Angeles Yes!

Ceci Bastida: From Tijuana No! To Los Angeles Yes!

"I'm from Tijuana so L.A. wasn't that foreign," songwriter and musician Ceci Bastida tells us how she came to love L.A.