'Guerrilla gardener' spreads the greenery in L.A.
Good magazine has a video interview (above) with one of L.A.'s "guerrilla gardeners."
Other goings-on around Web L.A.:
Van Nuys transit reform: Streetsblog reports on Van Nuys' recent efforts at transportation reform:
First came a report from the city that Van Nuys Boulevard would be a perfect place for another separated bus lane or even a light rail line. Next, the City is working on a plan to increase metered prices near the Van Nuys Civic Center to encourage more people to use the local parking garages.
Skid row gets community garden: A new community garden was unveiled last Thursday on skid row, reports Blogdowntown:
A few other interesting links:
Standing in the middle of what was once a dirt lot used to store abandoned mattresses and couches, Congresswoman Lucille Roybal-Allard and Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa were among those to dedicate a new community garden for residents of Skid Row …
- The Orange County Register points out that CNN Money rated Newport Beach as the best city in which to live if you're rich and single.
- eHarmony is moving from Pasadena to Santa Monica and taking a few hundred jobs with it, reports the Pasadena Star-News.
- Apparently 50,000 bees invaded a Beverly Hills tree, reports the WeHo Daily.
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