Funding to re-green the concrete river could bring $1 billion, or just $444 million
Army Corps homophobia may have prompted destruction of 40 acres of habitat
Once-Disgusting Venice Grand Canal is a living wetland again
It sounded like such a good idea. But the highly disruptive routes anger many
Lawbreaking kayakers try to change an urban river's sad course
In search of the Emerald City
Nipples are out, as the county declares an emergency and blames Friends of the L.A. River
Matthew Flesicher wrote a piece in the news section about the County calling an "emergency" over the properly permitted art project held in the Arroyo Seco in September. Standing on a bridge overlooking the confluence of the Arroyo Seco and Los Angeles rivers, Friends of the Los Angeles River fou ... More >>
Andy Lipkis speaks for the trees. Now he wants to solve our water problems too.
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Denise Munro Robb for City Council
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An introduction to and brief history of the river
From the Narrows to South L.A.
Four vital steps toward a better L.A. in under two weeks
Our recommendations in the June 5 Los Angeles city election
New books from David Brancaccio, Gerald Horne and Lewis MacAdams
L.A.ís hopes for a new park
End of the line for L.A. River park
Los Angeles, past and future
The behind-closed-doors transformation of the downtown rail yards
A Gray-Water Adventure on the Mighty L.A.
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