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A Vision for Leimert Park Village

A panel of experts from the Urban Land Institute (ULI) unveiled Friday its vision for revitalizing Leimert Park Village, the center of African American culture in Los Angeles and a stop on the Crenshaw/LAX Rail Line, opening in 2019. Investors and business owners have been eyeing the 1.19-square mile neighborhood (population 13,000) just west of […]

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Rosa Parks Station to get Do-Over

The 25-year-old Rosa Parks Transit Station is in need of major upgrades. To move forward with the proposed $66 million renovation, the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority is nearly done with the environmental review process. Metro is now seeking two state grants to fully fund the project. With more than 30,000 riders using the station weekly, […]

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County to Conduct First-Ever Comprehensive Assessment of Parks and Rec Facilities

Hoping to get an aerial view of the green spaces in Los Angeles County, the Board of Supervisors recently approved an unprecedented analysis of all the parks, hiking trails, botanical gardens, wildlife sanctuaries and similar venues within its borders. The first-ever Countywide Comprehensive Parks and Recreation Needs Assessment would help determine the most efficient way […]

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Residents Encouraged to Attend Community Meeting to Revamp Park

Residents who live near Magic Johnson Park  and the former Ujima Village in Willowbrook, once the site of an oil tank farm, soon will have an opportunity to give their input on the upcoming renovation of Earvin “Magic” Johnson Recreation Area in Willowbrook. From June through October, three community meetings will be held at the […]

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Giant Ducks Land in Monteith Park

If you visit Monteith Park in the View Park neighborhood of Los Angeles, you can hardly miss an unusual sight: a 6-foot-tall bright yellow mother duck followed by her three 4-foot-tall duckies on a splash of emerald green grass. What are they doing there, you ask? Well, it’s another art installation by the Los Angeles-based […]