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Yes, You Can: Kayak the L.A. River

Put on your lifejackets, Angelenos. It’s time to ride the urban rapids

River Wild Breathes New Life Into the L.A. River

This Sunday, bike or walk to the pop-up festival, a celebration of the Los Angeles River and its relevance as a public space

13 Things Los Angeles Gained in 2013

Before ringing in 2014, take a look back at thirteen people, places, events, and awards that have made L.A. even cooler in the last twelve months than it already was.

Mr. Garcetti Goes To Washington

In what was his inaugural trip to D.C. since taking office, Eric Garcetti went to bat for our city, hoping to procure federal funds for the L.A. River Alternative 20 plan as well as subway and light rail projects

Overturned Gasoline Tanker Leaves the L.A. River in Flames, CDFW Reports Little Damage

Thousands of gallons of burning gasoline poured freely from an overturned tanker on Saturday causing the L.A. River to catch fire. Thankfully, however, the spill doesn’t appear to have wreaked irreparable havoc

The Los Angeles River Recreation Zone is Open!

The movement to revitalize the Los Angeles River is flowing

Learn About the L.A. River From Franklin High School’s Award-Winning Environmental Science Students

See the video that earned Franklin High School’s A.P. Environmental Science's a grand-prize finish in Samsung's “Solve for Tomorrow” contest.

Father Greg Boyle

I know two L.A.s. Half my life was around the house my folks had for 46 years at 3rd and Norton. The other half was in Boyle Heights on...