It’s 9:00 A.M., so if the Internet gods are willing we are Live Streaming this morning’s press conference live from Spring Street. If you’re not going to make it to the LA Cafe (639 Spring Street), you can watch the conference live by clicking the Streetsblog TV logo above.
Don’t Forget, We’re Live Streaming the Press Conference Announcing the Spring Street Parklets This Morning at 9:00 a.m. Join us at Streetsblog TV. LACBC Asks, “Are You Bike Friendly?” Wendy Greuel, Eric Garcetti, Emanuel Pleitez, Jan Perry, Kevin James Say “Yes” LAPD, Jan Hold Presser Looking for Hit and Run “Person of Interest” (Guardian) 3 […]
Thursday – We’ll be broadcasting our second Live Stream, bright and early at 9:00 A.M. Our second Live Stream will be the press conference announcing the opening of a pair of parklets on Spring Street in Downtown Los Angeles. In addition to some pretty shots of the park, we’ll also have footage of Antonio Villaraigosa […]
It’s 11 am, so that means that the press conference for Santa Monica Next’s launch should be underway, technology willing. Click here to join us live tomorrow morning or to watch the archived event sometime after 11:30. Are you a member of the press? You can view the media advisory here. Feel free to join […]
(Images by our old friend Veronica Hernandez.) While Livable Streets advocates around the country are buzzing with the news that Streetsblog Chicago will open tomorrow, we’ve been working hard on expanding the Streetsblog brand here in Southern California. No, we’re not opening a new Streetsblog (yet…), but we do have a couple of exciting new […]
Tomorrow at 11 am, Santa Monica Next will host a press conference announcing our formal launch. The event will feature our writing team talking about our short- and long-term goals for the website and the City of Santa Monica. Since I doubt that everyone will be able to join us at Bike Center, we’ll be […]
It’s Bike Week Los Angeles! May 12th-18th, 2014. Already there has been a lot going on: a press conference, a new report, the annual Blessing of the Bicycles, and a guided ride this morning. Tomorrow will be Los Angeles County’s Bike to Work Day, which includes pit stops and free rides on Metro and various […]