Another bold step by LA to retrofit as a dense transit oriented city (Curbed).
LA’s digital billboards take big legal hit.
Long Beach’s Ernest McBride High School (named after my wife’s grandfather – so yes this is a biased post!) to open next fall; first of a plan to build several smaller high schools.
Village at USC approved by LA City Council; USC to pay $20 mil. for affordable housing.
From trailer park to resort: Southern Cal’s smallest big city airport catches up with the times, and then some. (via LB Press Telegram).
List of downtown LA’s most blighted properties – at least in one author’s opinion.
LA votes for downtown streetcar tax – great American Streetcar Scandal be damned!
LA continues commitment to mass transit, despite Measure J defeat, with Mayor-decreed transit corridor cabinet.
Study says LA has dense urban core. The problem with the study is this statement by the author of it: “On an emotional level, I get tired of people saying that L.A. is not a real city, so I wanted to show that it has a center just like any other city does.”
Bill McKibben is leading the charge to change public opinion on the effects of manmade climate change. His current effort involves signing-up colleges to divest investments in the fossil fuel industry.Releases