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[LA Life] A Lunchtime Romp Along the LA River

Los Angeles is a stunning landscape where you can cruise from coast to snow capped mountain and back to the desert in less than a day – if you… 510 more words

Los Angeles

LA River Clean-Up: Willow Street Estuary

Yesterday I went down to Long Beach to take part in the annual LA River Clean-Up, organized by Friends of the Los Angeles River (FOLAR). The Willow Street Estuary isn’t far from where the river flows into the ocean, and it’s one of the few stretches where the bottom is earth instead of concrete. 324 more words

Preservation

Councilmember Blumenfield's 4th Annual Community Bike Ride 4/22/17

Looking to get active and meet some outstanding Angelenos this weekend? Look no further! This Saturday 4/22/17, join Council member Bob Blumenfield and partake in the 4th Annual Blumenfield Bike Ride, a 10 mile bike ride to explore our beautiful L.A. 72 more words

Things To Do

Massive, Emotional Vigil Held For 14-Year-Old Boy Who Apparently Drowned On Way To Grandmother's House

LOS ANGELES (CBSLA.com)  —  A massive candlelight  vigil —  attended by about 2,500 people  — was held Friday evening for 14-year-old Elias “Eli” Rodriguez.

The Sylmar teen called his mother during a major storm Feb. 230 more words

News

Thesis snippets: urban nature isn't a consolation prize

The ways that we demarcate places as natural or unnatural, wild or urban, have many implications. One of these is people’s rights to experience and to belong. 345 more words

Writing

4 Rescued From Island Amid Raging LA River

ATWATER VILLAGE (CBSLA.com) — Four people were rescued from an island on the raging Los Angeles River to the shore in Atwater Village early Monday morning. 210 more words

News

The Bridge and the River

Sunday afternoon I took a walk across the Hyperion Bridge. I shot this short video on the way up.

I also spent some time at Red Car River Park, just next to the bridge. 15 more words

LA History