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The Bowtie Parcel Offers Inspiring Community Space in Los Angeles

GUEST BLOG BY PARK CHAMPIONS CORE LEADER MICHELLE WHITE

In central Los Angeles, adjacent to Rio de Los Angeles State Park, lies a bowtie-shaped piece of land that feels simultaneously scruffy and tranquil. 565 more words

California

Recalling Memories: Riding Along the LA River

I saw the shadow of my bicycle from tree to tree as I rode atop the Los Angeles Riverbed between the 105 and the 91 freeway going south. 956 more words

Musings

What I'm learning about life from graffiti

The bigger you go, the longer you burn and the less competition there is. It takes more energy fighting to be noticed in an easy spot than in an almost impossible one.

Back the other way

A homeless person waits behind a sign by the entrance to a large camp.

Equestrians, Hikers Eagerly Await Removal Of Flood Barriers Along LA River

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com) — Work will begin Thursday to remove flood barriers along the LA River that were built four months ago in anticipation of heavy El Nino rains. 160 more words

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2 Bodies Recovered From LA River During Search For Missing Teens

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com/AP) — Divers searching for two missing teenagers in the Los Angeles River have found two bodies.

Police Det. Meghan Aguilar said she couldn’t immediately confirm their identities. 225 more words

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Last days of the Sixth Street Bridge, Los Angeles

I visited LA quite a bit in 2015, spending many happy days wandering around the diverse neighborhoods and landscapes of the city. The Sixth Street Viaduct, generally called the Sixth Street Bridge, was the doomed landmark that I spent plenty of time up close and personal. 170 more words