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The coolest shopping events for handmade trinkets and presents, many of them crafted right here in LA.
The latest development site is in use as a produce distribution center.
The national spotlight is on the river, and developers are paying attention. Plans include glitzy projects by big-name architects.
From beachfront parks to hillside spots with city views, these are the best places to lay down a blanket and dig into a picnic spread.
The entrance is lined with cobblestones from LA’s first rail depot. Farther in, there’s a public fruit orchard and grassy knolls dotted with bright-orange poppies.
The newly madeover park is not only bigger—it features a new meadow area, permanent restrooms, and wetlands.
Opening the revamped Los Angeles State Historic Park hinges on having mature grass, so park officials have been trucking in at least 60,000 gallons of recycled water daily.
The reopening of the under-renovation Los Angeles State Historic Park has been pushed back a number of times, so it's no surprise that it's being delayed once more. Now, the park is expected to open in January 2017. The holdup? Slow-growing grass.