Evergreen Cemetery Walking Tour

Led by Resident Storytellers, Steve Goldstein and Joe Walker, this
tour explores one of Los Angeles’ oldest cemeteries. Built in 1877,
Evergreen existing cemetery in the city of Los Angeles; it is one of
the city’s largest cemeteries, with 300,000 gravesites. Cost: FREE
but reservations are required by calling 213-229-8890



A Walking Tour of Boyle Heights

Join MCM volunteer and Boyle Heights resident Erick Huerta (bonus: also an occasional Streetsblog contributor) on a walking tour of Boyle Heights. The tour will feature landmarks along First street such as the Breed Street Shul, Pico-Aliso Housing Projects, various murals, Evergreen Cemetery, and other landmarks that highlight the multiculturalism found in the neighborhood. The […]

Boyle Heights’ Tour de la Heights

Saturday afternoon, the Ovarian Psycos  Bicycle Brigade led a bike ride that crisscrossed the Boyle Heights neighborhood showing off many of the important cultural and community centers to cyclists.  Some were new to the area, some were just visiting, some had lived in Boyle Heights all their lives.  Regardless of their familiarity with the neighborhood, all had a […]

Today’s Headlines

Ovarian Psycos Present: Clitoral Mass 2014 from shireen alihaji on Vimeo. Preview Video for Ovarian Psycos Clitoral Mass Ride (Vimeo – above) How Six Freeways Shattered Boyle Heights (City Lab) Editorial: Don’t Let Individual Councilmembers Tinker With Bike Plan (LAT) Push for Yellow Alert System to Catch Hit-and-Run Perpetrators (DN) ExpressLanes To Fund 84-Station 840-Bicycle DTLA Bike […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

Bike Counts. Metro meetings. Walking Tours. It’s the Week in Livable Streets Events. Tuesday, Saturday – The LACBC holds a series of bike counts throughout L.A. County. They need volunteers for morning and afternoon shifts on Tuesday and morning shifts on Saturday. Get all the details, here. Tuesday – Technology is fundamentally changing the way we live, […]