Play the L.A. River Launch at Frogtown Art Walk

Play the L.A. River kicks off this Satuday at Marsh Park
Play the L.A. River kicks off this Satuday at Marsh Park

Saturday September 14th from 4pm-10pm is your chance to get a free fancy deck of cards that will help you explore the present, past and future of the Los Angeles River. For details see the Project 51 website or the Facebook event.

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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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This might be the first week in a long time that the calendar doesn’t have a bike ride (note: ride added!). Are we missing something? Let us know… Wednesday – The California Highway Patrol, AAA and LACBC hold a press conference announcing the first day of the “three foot passing law.” The “Three-Feet-for-Safety Act” legally mandates […]

Today’s Headlines

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Metrolink Head Michael DePallo Quits As Of January 2015 (LAT) Garcetti’s Great Streets Initiative Looks Forward To Reseda Boulevard (Daily News) Waze App Sending Unwelcome Cars To Formerly Quiet L.A. Streets (KPCC) What L.A.’s Historic Red Car System Used To Look Like (KCET) L.A. County Population Is Now Officially Over 10 Million (Daily News) High […]