We’re happy to announce a pair of Streetsblog TV broadcasts for this Thursday.
Assuming all is going well, Streetsblog TV is broadcasting live from East Los Angeles Community Corporation’s “Policy Con Pan Dolce” on food vending policy. Click here, or on the graphic above, to visit our event page on Live Stream. On a sadder note, we had to cancel our broadcast of the Janette Sadik-Khan speech at […]
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 […]
[UPDATE: It turns out we won’t be able to Livestream the forum tonight. Apologies for the inconvenience. Check back later for updates on how it went.] Can’t make tonight’s Livable Streets Forum at the Hollywood United Methodist Church (6817 Franklin Ave)? Then join us online at Streetsblog TV for Live Stream of the event. Or, […]
Just a reminder that Sunday afternoon, the Los Angeles County Bicycle and Occidental College/UEPI Program, LA Walks and Streetsblog Los Angeles will sponsor a forum for the three candidates trying to replace Ed Reyes in Northeast Los Angeles’ Council District 1. The forum will be moderated by Occidental College Professor Mark Vallianatos and begins at […]
The highlight of the week is the Bike Summit at the end of the week, but there’s some other interesting stuff surrounding the Summit as well. Oh, and that lecture Thursday night looks kind of interesting. Monday – The Downtown Business Improvement District holds a discussion on what the Downtown’s transit system will look like […]
The race to replace Los Angeles City Councilmember Tom LaBonge, who is leaving office after 12 years in office because of term limits, is a crowded race. Over a dozen candidates are vying to replace the colorful LaBonge who has been something of a staple here at Streetsblog. On Thursday, February 5 from 6:30 to […]