Monthly Archives: April 2014

folar’s cleanup — April 26.2014

A great sight indeed… people from all walks of life show up on one day a year to help clean up the Los Angeles River. This is the 25th year that the Friends of Los Angeles River have undertaken this Herculean … Continue reading

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view from the river

In a few short weeks FOLAR (Friends of Los Angeles River) will be conducting their annual LA River cleanup… this being the 25th year since the inception of these cleanups. People from across the city come down to the river one … Continue reading

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the beauty within…

Cactus blooming on the western edge of Griffith Park…

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appropriateness of the haunted hayride in griffith park

Yep, folks… The Old Zoo is taken over once a year around Halloween for about a month and this is what hikers are subjected to (or anyone else who traverses this area… like parents with their kids out for a stroll … Continue reading

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the theft of parkland continues… unabated…

Griffith Park… like every park in Los Angeles, remains subject to the whims of city hall. This has been the case from the very beginning… and unfortunately city hall’s laissez-faire attitude serves neither the public, nor its parks well… As cities grow, so should city … Continue reading

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paving paradise…

LA Parks Commission Caves… 14-061 and 14-062 projects in Griffith Park  On the Griffith Park Wayist blogsite it was noted that during the hearing… commissioners’ comments/questions “were not very legally, morally, or politically sophisticated, which is extremely disappointing.” Having been in the audience, … Continue reading

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