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John Arroyo
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    Anyone who is familiar with the Los Angeles River's Eastside waterfront is inevitably connected by stories about the legendary River CATz.
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    How can urban planners use their mapping skills and knowledge in a way that is accessible, relevant, and valued by the very communities they strive to improve?
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    Surf lounge allows participants to float down the channel head first on a board. Like a snowboard.
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    Featuring "Map Love II," one of many posts made by John Arroyo from his thesis blog, "Culture in Concrete: Art and the Re-imagination of the Los Angeles River as Civic Space."
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    Featuring "Map Love I," one of many posts made by John Arroyo from his thesis blog, "Culture in Concrete: Art and the Re-imagination of the Los Angeles River as Civic Space."
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    Orienting you on the River's unique landscape through Osseus Labyrint's award-winning documentary, 52 Miles of Concrete.
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    John Arroyo's thesis "Culture in Concrete: Art and the Re-imagination of the Los Angeles River as Civic Space," came to our attention because of its relevant featured content based around the L.A. River.
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  • Entry
    Anyone who is familiar with the Los Angeles River's Eastside waterfront is inevitably connected by stories about the legendary River CATz.
  • Entry
    How can urban planners use their mapping skills and knowledge in a way that is accessible, relevant, and valued by the very communities they strive to improve?
  • Entry
    Surf lounge allows participants to float down the channel head first on a board. Like a snowboard.
  • Entry
    Featuring "Map Love II," one of many posts made by John Arroyo from his thesis blog, "Culture in Concrete: Art and the Re-imagination of the Los Angeles River as Civic Space."
  • Entry
    Featuring "Map Love I," one of many posts made by John Arroyo from his thesis blog, "Culture in Concrete: Art and the Re-imagination of the Los Angeles River as Civic Space."
  • Entry
    Orienting you on the River's unique landscape through Osseus Labyrint's award-winning documentary, 52 Miles of Concrete.
  • Entry
    John Arroyo's thesis "Culture in Concrete: Art and the Re-imagination of the Los Angeles River as Civic Space," came to our attention because of its relevant featured content based around the L.A. River.