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Jack Baylis on Maximizing Southern California’s Water Infrastructure in a Changing Climate | The Planning Report

The Planning Report is the insider's guide to urban planning and infrastructure in Southern California Source: Jack Baylis on Maximizing Southern California’s Water Infrastructure in...

County wants authority over L.A. River flood-control channels owned by U.S. government – Los Angeles Times

The move was spurred by concerns that the Army Corps of Engineers’ World War II-era channels, including a lush soft-bottom stretch of the Los...

Satellites Are Taking Data-Based Images of the Earth and the Colors Are Spectacular—See Them Here

Experience Earth art as you’ve never seen it before in a stunning new set of satellite images that depicts the globe’s landscape in otherworldly...

Manhattan Beach is looking for artists to beautify utility boxes. This is how you can apply

The nondescript utility boxes lining the streets of Manhattan Beach are about to get a new look — designed by local creatives.South Bay artists...

How to Raise the Money You Need to Run a Thriving Museum—While Preserving Your Independence

It’s never been more expensive to run an art museum than it is right now. From rising everyday costs for shipping and insurance to...

Los Angeles Wants to Use the Hoover Dam as a Giant Battery — but Its Biggest Hurdle isn’t the $3 Billion Dollar Price-tag

Los Angeles is looking into whether it should spend an estimated $3 billion on a massive underground pumped hydropower storage system.This storage system would...

How One Kid Stopped the Contamination of a River

Stella Bowles was 11 years old when she first donned her rubber boots to test for water contamination in the LaHave River, which runs...

Lounge in Them. Dash Through Them. But Don’t Call Them Parks.

A decade ago, when Dr. Pezhman Hourizadeh opened his optometry practice in Corona, Queens, his storefront faced a street that was only a block...

What Will Art Look Like in 100 Years? We Asked 16 Contemporary Artists to Predict the Future

It’s an understatement to say that a lot can change in 100 years. A century ago, Europe was just limping out of World War...

Gentrifying the Los Angeles River

From its modest start in the Santa Susana Mountains to its end at the Western reach of the San Fernando Valley, the Los Angeles...

In advance of the midterms, Barbara Kruger reprises MOCA mural that asks ‘Who is beyond the law?’

There are more iconic years: 1945, which marked the end of a world war, and 1968, with its roiling protest movements. But 1990 also...

‘This Is Absolutely the Right Moment’: At Frieze’s ‘Social Work’ Section, Overlooked Women Artists Get Their Due

South African artist Berni Searle’s installation for Frieze London involved getting naked and working with flour, leaving her signature bodily traces on the floor. When she...