Art Share L.A.: Promoting and Supporting the Arts

What does a creative live/work community art center look like?  Does it even exist?  Well, it certainly… [more]

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$1 billion of federal funding to weave resilience into disaster preparedness

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How City Park Design Contributes to Resident Health

City parks are more than pretty outdoor spaces — research shows they can also be critical to improving… [more]

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Tracking the Movement of Angelenos

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‘Adapt, We May’ – The Chelsea Way: Regional Resilience and America’s Coastal Cities

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The Story of Union Station in Los Angeles

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Book Review: Working with Planning Consultants

Is working with planning consultants one of your key responsibilities at the office?  Do you want to… [more]

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Dwell on THIS…

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Art Share L.A.: Promoting and Supporting the Arts

What does a creative live/work community art center look like?  Does it even exist?  Well, it certainly does and we have a wonderful example of such a facility here in Los Angeles.  … [Read More...]

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$1 billion of federal funding to weave resilience into disaster preparedness

  Last week's announcement by the White House of $1 billion of funding to go to communities hit by disasters signals that 'resilience' - still just a buzzword to some - is increasingly … [Read More...]

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How City Park Design Contributes to Resident Health

City parks are more than pretty outdoor spaces — research shows they can also be critical to improving a community’s health. In fact, from the earliest days of their implementation, parks have been … [Read More...]

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Tracking the Movement of Angelenos

Have you heard of the exercise app called "Human"?  I only learned about it last week when I read an article on CityLab that discusses how the app encourages people to exercise or be physically active … [Read More...]

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