Los Angeles River

Fact: CD 1 is home to most of the hideous developments of L.A. embarrassment and Trump-like opponent of walkable communities
Eric Garcetti has earned our support for a second term through his tireless, thoughtful advocacy of a vision of Los Angeles
Yours in transit, Joel I was impressed with LAWA's new CEO Deborah Flint who hails from Oakland International Airport. Flint
Al Selvin knew a great city, train line, bike path, restaurant and musician when he saw it. I hope we will continue to make L.A. a city worthy of his blessed memory.
Elysian Valley -- colloquially known as Frogtown -- will be transformed. Frogtown for now is one in an endless list of those neighborhoods existing in Los Angeles that, while locate-able on a map, hasn't ever registered on a collective radar. Until now.
In case you missed the bulletin, Los Angeles is in the midst of a historic drought. We also have the nation's worst traffic and air pollution, and we're the least affordable city in the Lower 48 for millennials to buy a home.
With the state suffering through the most severe drought on record and everyone from Central Valley farmers to L.A. homeowners cutting back on their water usage, the image of kayaking on the Los Angeles River may seem counterintuitive.
Art has the power to illuminate, interrogate, celebrate and invigorate a moment in time worth remembering, or simply to give a kid who needs one an outlet louder and bigger than his self-doubt.
It's The Los Angeles River, and it has snuck its way into practically every movie, music video and TV show you've ever seen
(c)2014 the Daily News (Los Angeles) Ken Bernstein, manager of policy planning for the department, said there was a problem