Earth Day South L.A.

Together we envision an annual Earth Day event where community residents come together in a safe environment to have fun, celebrate our foods and cultures, learn about and participate in sustainable practices, and connect with each other and organizations working to make positive change in our neighborhood.

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Streetsblog Presents: A CicLAvia Film Festival

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I’m sure at this point, you’re well aware that CicLAvia is coming back this weekend, from Hel-Mel to Hollenbeck Park right through the heart of Downtown.  To help wet your appetite for this Sunday’s event, we scoured the Internet for the best CicLAvia films, and put our favorites together in to a mini-CicLAvia Film Festival.  […]

5th Annual Earth Day South LA: Growing Our Own

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On Saturday April 6th Community Services Unlimited and numerous partners and sponsors will hold the 5th annual Earth Day South LA Festival, an educational, fun and safe event for the whole family. Join us as we celebrate our collective vision for a more vibrant and earth-friendly South Los Angeles with this year’s theme, GROWING OUR […]

The Weekend in Livable Streets Events: Earth Day

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Along with Park(ing) Day and CicLAvia, Earth Day has always been one of the best holidays on the Livable Streets Calendar.  Whether it’s going on a bike ride, or planting a tree, there are literally thousands of ways to make the world a greener, better place right in your local community. It would be nigh […]

The Week in Livable Streets Events

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CicLAvia is behind us, but there’s a full list of important hearings that cover everything from ExpressLanes to green taxis. When it’s all over, there’s a fun bike event for kids at the Foshay Learning Center. Monday – Metro is looking to extend its two variable toll lanes from pilot program to permanent program, and needs […]

King of CicLAvia: Richie Trimble’s 14.5 ft. Tall Bike!

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In addition to the 150,000 cyclists that took to Venice Blvd. on Sunday, at CicLAvia VI: CicLAvia To the Sea, the “King of CicLAvia”  was crowned. The crown was not awarded by the event-creators, but by the buzz surrounding Richie Trimble’s over a hundred pound, 14.5 foot – to the seat, 17 foot – to […]