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  • Alissa Walker

    Alissa Walker is a writer, a gelato eater, and a walker in L.A. She shares an experience from her adventures around town at CityThink each Wednesday. Follow her daily on Instagram at @awalkerinLA, on Twitter, or at her blog, and use the hashtag #betteroffped to share your own photographs of walking in L.A.

 

A Walker in L.A.: Footing it Out of Town

The virtues of a car-free road trip Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: Where the Sidewalk Begins

The street-side vault lamps of a Pasadena building show L.A. history in a new light Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: The Forgotten Items of Angelenos

We don’t just share the sidewalk with other pedestrians—we share it with abandoned belongings Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: On a Mission

A recent train ride through San Juan Capistrano may have inspired one of Alissa Walker’s greatest adventures yet Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: Yesterday’s Rail Route Reimagined as Tomorrow’s Park

The land where the Pacific Electric line once ran through Beverly Hills captures Alissa Walker’s imagination Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: The Small Wonders of Echo Park Lake

Alissa Walker leaves concrete streets behind for a picturesque path Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: Headed Nowhere

Finding and crossing the Bridge to Nowhere in the Angeles National Forest Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: On Broadway

What one seriously improved block says about the future of downtown Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: Take Me to the River

You don't have to go to the beach to dip a toe in the water Read more...

A Walker in L.A.: Where the Streets Have No Shame

L.A. boulevards welcome nothing but cars, though that might soon change Read more...
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