Postponed event will honor L.A. County Supervisor Holly Mitchell! Details coming soon.
Photo: Ross Hirsch (Update: Tuesday, 2/23/10 at 8:02 A.M. – I had a chance to talk with Magos’ lawyer over email last night and he confirmed that the LAPD sent the case to both the District Attorney and City Attorney; so in this case the LAPD isn’t to blame. I’m going to leave the text […]
This week there is a ton of bikey stuff happening around the county, especially inside city limits, Pasadena and Long Beach, as part of “Bike Week” celebrations. We’re highlighting some of the events below, but be sure to check out Bike Long Beach, Bike Week Pasadena, Santa Monica Bike Week and Metro’s Bike Week page to see more […]
It’s only been five years since Streetsblog began publishing in Los Angeles. In that time, we bore witness to major changes at LADOT, Metro and city politics. But perhaps the biggest change has come in the form of more professional, better-staffed and powerful advocacy organizations. Nowhere is that more true than with the Los Angeles […]
Last night, eight of the fourteen candidates to replace Tom LaBonge in the oddly-shaped Los Angeles City Council District Four sat down to discuss traffic safety, bicycling, sidewalks, transportation funding, and more. The event took place at Hollywood United Methodist Church. The amicable debate was often interrupted by applause, with one heckler thrown in for […]
That was fast On Tuesday morning, the Mayor’s Office, LAPD, LADOT, LACBC and Midnight Ridazz held a press conference to announce the winner of a slogan contest that will appear on posters throughout the City of Los Angeles. Last night, Gary Kavanaugh of Santa Monica Spokes told me that he saw a sign on the […]