Eastern Explorations

A totally new walk, exploring the stairways and hillsides (along with murals and architecture) of East Los Angeles. The tentative start point will be the East Los Angeles Civic Center Metro Gold Line station; an official/updated start point will be announced April 1. This is the final practice walk before the Big Parade!

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The Week in Livable Streets Events

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Tuesday – I bet there’s a lot of great events scheduled for May Day that would be of interest to the Livable Streets community.  Let us know if we’ve missed any in the comments section.  East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice, Pacoima Beautiful, Communities for Better Environment, and La Causa, along with community members from […]

Dry River Walk: Arroyo Seco Bikeway and Debs Park

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The Dry River walk, led by walk ambassador Jack Moreau, will exhibit the Arroyo Seco Bikeway and Eugene Debs Park as community assets for Los Angeles and discuss the issues behind connecting the areas with bicycle and pedestrian transportation. The Arroyo Seco is a natural creek running from the Angeles National Forest into Downtown LA […]

Past Meets Future Koreatown Walk

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You’re invited to explore one of Los Angeles’ most fascinating neighborhoods: Koreatown. Also known as Wilshire Center or Ktown, this neighborhood stands at the intersection of Los Angeles’ past and its possible future. Along this walk, lead by Walk Ambassador David Barboza, a former Ktown resident who works as a city planner for the City of […]

Spoke (n) Art Ride

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More Info The Spoke (n) Art Ride is a once-a-month bicycle tour of art galleries, parks both public and private, and anywhere the creative human spirit expresses itself in North East Los Angeles. Meet at around 6pm. The ride leaves at 6:30pm and returns to the start point at around 10:30pm. The Flying Pigeon LA […]

Ride of Silence: South L.A.

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The Ride of Silence will start at the Benjamin Torres Memorial Site in Gardena (135th and Gramercy), Then, we will head to Watts to the Sylvester Henderson Memorial Site. After that, we will head to Compton to the Ovidio Morales Memorial Site before heading back to Benjamin Torres Memorial Site. We ask that you bring […]