Tuesday – The Community Health Councils hosts an afternoon conference on the lack of open space in South L.A. featuring…the residents of South L.A.! You can get the very basic details of the event at our calendar page, but the CHC has a much better description on their website. Tuesday – The debate over the […]
When I first saw the flyer at left pop up in my social media feeds yesterday morning, I actually thought it was a joke. Touting Boyle Heights as a “charming, historic, walkable, and bikeable neighborhood” where you could put down “as little as $40K with decent credit,” it invited Arts District neighbors to join in […]
It’s something of a light week from a “there’s a really important meeting we have to go to change the world” point of view, but there are some fun things to do this weekend…after you write and submit your comments on the Hyperion Bridge redesign. Tuesday – CD13 (O’Farrell) host s a community meeting on […]
(The debate over how to spend the state’s cap-and-trade funding source was already hot last year. This year, it could become one of the largest transportation stories in the state, competing even with High Speed Rail. As such, Streetsblog L.A. welcomes op/ed pieces on how to best use those funds. Email ideas to firstname.lastname@example.org – […]
So I resorted to the sincere query that I’ve made to him on several occasions, namely: Help me understand why consideration of the needs of the most vulnerable among us - particularly lower-income black and brown communities - is so offensive to you?
The future home of Expo Light Rail? Facing East on Sepulveda and Exposition. Photo: LA Streetsblog/Flickr Anyone awaiting word on whether the group fighting to stop or reconfigure Phase II of the Expo Line would file lawsuit doesn’t have to wait until March 6, the last day they can file to legally challenge the certification […]