Desert Road

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  • ... first Footnotes, a report on the status of walking in LA. I'm one of the contributors, which led me to some additional reflections on ... darkness of self-absorption. And a poem might be made. I am a pedestrian. There are 40,000 intersections in the city of Los ...
  • ... to 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 ...
  • ... street artists.</p> [scald=13678:kl_video_context] "I Am Alive in Los Angeles !" Words by Mike the PoeT Beats by DJ ...
  • ... the countless real lives lived there, existences of the type I first came to know through Charles Burnett's detail-rich, Watts-set 1977 ... time you visit Silver Lake, you may well ask yourself, " Am I in Silver Lake yet?" The first time you visit Watts, you'll no doubt ...
  • ... 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 ...
  • I know I am not alone when I say I am very thankful for the Los Angeles art community. [scald=73937:kl_image_original_context ...
  • ... Street, the Mexican simulacrum now at the origin point of Los Angeles , raises an uncomfortable question: why do so many of the the ... you tend to want to steer visitors away from Olvera Street. I, for my part, have caught myself wanting to steer visitors away from Olvera ... had a telling reply: "Why should I run for mayor when I am already king?" Photos by Colin Marshall. ...
  • ... have gamed the system to lock in 1975 rates. Meanwhile, "I Am L.A." profiles David Bowling, the pilot behind the controls of the ...
  • 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 ...
  • Tourist guidebooks may direct Los Angeles' visitors from abroad to the Walk of Fame, but just two miles east on ... north on the Red Line one morning, I looked around the crowded car and saw only tourists from abroad. Chinese, ...

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