Forest Canopy

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  • Exploring the shifting cultures of Los Angeles and its neighborhoods. ...
  • ... Program in Urban Sustainability of Antioch University Los Angeles . [scald=42832:kl_image_original_context ... as an ideal "wilderness" but an intimate "nature" in which I believe we discover what sustains us. Nearly every day, I walk to my ...
  • ... Footnotes, a report on the status of walking in LA. I'm one of the contributors, which led me to some additional reflections on ... of self-absorption. And a poem might be made. I am a pedestrian. There are 40,000 intersections in the city of Los ...
  • ... have gamed the system to lock in 1975 rates. Meanwhile, "I Am L.A." profiles David Bowling, the pilot behind the controls of the ...
  • ... street artists. [scald=13678:kl_video_context] "I Am Alive in Los Angeles !" Words by Mike the PoeT Beats by DJ ...
  • ... a wide variety of birds, fish and other wildlife, the Los Angeles River provided desperately needed water to the region. Until ... of preserving and restoring the river and its wildlife. Departures : L.A. River takes online visitors into often neglected and nearly ...
  • Celebrate National Poetry Month with KCET Departures as we highlight a poem a day from the Departures installments, ... StoryShare participants, and from special guest poets. Los Angeles's unofficial poet laureate Wanda Coleman once said of her ...
  • ... about the confluence of history and private life. I spoke the other day with Nathan Masters – historian, editor, and the ... argued myself into falling in love with the place where I am . I wondered if the same argument would work on you. I found that I had ...
  • ... Tokyo sold me on Los Angeles . My northern Californian childhood introduced the delights of San ... Japantown, still one of my beloved areas, but every time I go there, it looks to have wearily endured yet another wave of exodus and ...
  • All who pass through Union Station, Los Angeles' 1939 memorial to the heyday of passenger rail, must dream of ... impress me, even as they fill me with impatience. How often, I regularly find myself asking, must a city so young ask us to appreciate a ...

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