It’s a sign of changing attitudes that there are no bars or restaurants in L.A.’s latest “most-talked-about” neighborhood. There are no grocery stores, no coffee roasters, no art galleries, no vintage clothing stops. In Frogtown, it’s almost impossible to spend money. “There’s no reason for people to come through here,”…
No Coffee Roasters? No Art Galleries? So glad this article misses the boat. RIVER WILD is working on a grocery, coffee roaster and many art installations and pop-up galleries. Go figure.
On Saturday, July 26th, River Wild will be joining the la river revitalization corporation for this event under the Broadway Bridge. Showing the movie Chinatown with Jack Nicholson and Faye Dunaway. Ultimate LA movie. Mulholland, Hearst, Griffith, DWP thinly veiled. Not so thinly veiled is the importance of water and the LA River to the development and growth of the San Fernando Valley. Note the orchards and farmers desperate for water.
Cara Santa Maria interviews nearby residents, park rangers, and activists to find out how the new $1 billion revitalization project will impact nearby residential and wildlife communities.
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Hear about the final report on the neighborhoods of Atwater Village, Elysian Valley, Glassell Park, Cypress Park & Lincoln Heights. View the gallery of photos of local Northeast LA locals. And sample RIver Wild program activities and Pop-Up food vendors.along the LA River.
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