Greater Streets — Exploring Yosemite Drive

Los Angeles has more streets than any other city in the US, about 12,000 kilometers of roadway, the surface of which covers approximately 15% of that of the entire cityscape. New bicycle lanes, reconfigured road diets, pedestrian advocacy, the rediscovery of public stairways, open streets events, and government programs like Great Streets have gone a long way … Continue reading Greater Streets — Exploring Yosemite Drive

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California Fool’s Gold — A Northeast Los Angeles primer

 ESTAREI PENSANDO NELA -- NORTHEAST LOS ANGELES   Pendersleigh & Sons' Official Map of Northeast Los Angeles*   Northeast Los Angeles is situated on a green, hilly topography bounded by the Los Angeles River, theArroyo Seco and the San Rafael Hills. It's neighbored by The Verdugos region to the north, the San Gabriel Valley to the … Continue reading California Fool’s Gold — A Northeast Los Angeles primer

California Fool’s Gold — Exploring Eagle Rock

  This entry of the Los Angeles neighborhood blog series is about Eagle Rock. Eagle Rock is a neighborhood situated in Northeast Los Angeles whose neighbors are Pasadena to the east, Garvanza to the southeast, Highland Park and Mount Washington to the south, Glassell Park to the southwest and Glendale to the West. Pendersleigh & Sons' Official Map of Eagle Rock Its name is derived from the Eagle Rock, a … Continue reading California Fool’s Gold — Exploring Eagle Rock