L.A.’s First Urban Fruit Trail Has Been Vandalized

All but a few of the trees planted in Lafayette Park by children were destroyed last night

Glendale’s Freeway Park Plans Have Us Feeling Things

The city has a completely new look with a green cap over the 134

The Pros and Cons of People Streets

Sunset Triangle deserves its hype. North Hollywood Plaza not so much

There’s a Park For That

In honor of National Public Lands Day (tomorrow), a fun lovers guide to L.A.’s coolest shared spaces

Hidden: Four Odd Gems in the Rough

First Jewish Cemetery
From 1855 to 1902, more than 360 people were buried at this site. By 1911 they’d been moved to a graveyard along Whittier Boulevard in East L.A. Take Lilac Terrace and you’ll find a monument and plaque behind the U.S. Naval and Marine Corps Reserve Center.

Hidden Green Spaces

In need of a quick dose of R&R? There’s a shady garden with your name all over it

Your “Guerilla Gardener” Gifting Guide

What gift do you give the man who is known as L.A.'s "guerilla gardener"? Stick with what you know he'll like: something plantable