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#ElNiñoLA Update: LA River Bike/Ped Path Temporary Closure

On Friday, January 8, 2016 Mayor Eric Garcetti and Los Angeles District Commander Col. Kirk Gibbs announced that the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) will be taking new interim measures to improve flood protection on the Los Angeles River during #ElNiñoLA. 602 more words


Feast or Famine: Epic Drought to Epic El Niño

As we watch the LA  river expel water at freeway speeds, we Californians will proclaim the end to a long drought.  Unfortunately, this is not the truth. 1,140 more words


Episode 7: The bass awakens ...

OK, sorry about that, but take a look at this monster largemouth that John Tegmeyer pulled out of the water today. It’s enough to give a guy carpal tunnel! 7 more words

Largemouth Bass

Our Bike Paths are Made for Sharing

As the City works to design and build road improvements to support active transportation and revitalize the Los Angeles River, Angelenos are increasingly re-discovering the beauty of the City, changing how they travel throughout it, and visiting outdoor places to exercise. 1,468 more words

Bicyquality Of Life

Chalchihuitl Icue

HOODsisters is honored to participate in the Con/Safos year-long installation at the Bowtie Project along the L.A. River. Because of the project’s particular connection to adobe, the river, and the surrounding Los Angeles communities, HOODsisters felt it was only right to honor the very organic nature of the mural. 148 more words


LA River bridges tour, part 4

So to finish up my little tour of the LA River bridges downtown, I walked the Olympic Boulevard Viaduct, originally called the Ninth Street Viaduct (1925), and the Washington Boulevard Bridge (1931) on two separate occasions. 276 more words