Recent Streetsblog LA posts about Interview

Hear Streetsblog On The Sound 100.3FM This Sunday At 7 a.m.

On Sunday morning, hear Streetblog L.A. Editor Joe Linton interviewed on Tina Mastramico’s 5900 Wilshire radio show on The Sound at 100.3FM. The 12-minute interview is scheduled to air this Sunday, January 17, between 7 and 7:30 a.m. Listen online here. Once it has been aired, the audio will be available here. Joe talks parking, CicLAvia, Vision […]

Investing in Place – Streetsblog Interviews Jessica Meaney

Jessica Meaney probably needs no introduction for many Streetsblog L.A. readers. She was awarded a 2013 Streetsie for her advocacy work. She’s a former boardmember of SBLA’s parent non-profit, an occasional SBLA author, and a steadfast voice for people who walk and bike in Southern California. She backs up her statements with a near-encyclopedic knowledge […]

Building Community One Story at a Time

A South LA Filmmaker Captures the Stories of African-American Cyclists on Film WHAT STAYED WITH HER were the stories, said Yolanda Davis-Overstreet, South LA native and director of “Ride: In Living Color,” a documentary currently being filmed on African-American cyclists. The stories started flowing from the moment she walked into City of Bicycles in Inglewood […]

Next Streetsblog Reader Interview: City Planning’s Claire Bowin

Last year, Streetsblog’s “reader interview” series was a shashing success.  The series led to some fantastic interactions between Streetsblog readers and some of L.A.’s most important decision makers and top advocates.  The first volunteer for our 2012 series is Claire Bowin, a senior planner with Los Angeles’ Planning Department. You know how this works by […]