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As you can tell from the our extensive and detailed guide to
the Los Angeles River[[sitetree_link id=86]], we're devoted
fans of LA's least-known waterway. Part of the fun is seeing
how others enjoy the river -- case in point, tales of last
LA River Ride, the annual benefit for the LA County Bike
Coalition[http://la-bike.org/riverride], keep popping up.
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It's been a great spring for the Los Angeles River, what
with a record-breaking clean-up[[sitetree_link id=367]], the
scheduled bike ride[[sitetree_link id=370]] next month, and
now a segment on the Travel Channel's new show, "Off
Limits". Tom Conroy, writing for Media Life Magazine, has
Read more about "Los Angeles River and the Travel Channel"...
Who loves the LA River? More than 700 school kids, who
joined 100 Paramount Pictures employees for FoLAR’s annual
River School Day[http://folar.org/?p=907].
Read more about "Los Angeles River in the News"...
Check out today's New York Times for an interesting
self-portrait of Don Spivack, the former deputy chief of
operations for the Community Redevelopment Agency of the
City of Los Angeles[http://www.crala.org/]. Spivack, who
found retirement didn't quite agree with him and has
returned to the CRA as a consultant, had a part in creating
the LARRC two years ago.
Read more about "Don Spivack (and the LA River) in the NY Times"...
Hundreds of cyclists in each of six divisions took to the
banks of our favorite waterway on Saturday in this year's LA
River Ride[http://la-bike.org/riverride], the annual
fundraiser for the LA County Bicycle Coalition. LA Mayor
Antonio Villaraigosa and actor Austin Nicols, this year's
Grand Marshal, kicked things off in Griffith Park, the
event's starting point. Rides varied from short stints for
kids and families, to a century ride for hardier cyclists.
Read more about "Great day greets great crowds for LA River Ride"...
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Checking in with the news cycle, the Los Angeles River, aka
our fave waterway, is making a bit of a splash:
Read more about "LA River news roundup"...
Lots of talk today about a pilot program to allow small
groups to float down a small portion of the Los Angeles
this summer. (Considering that a few short years ago the LA
River didn't even rate as a navigable waterway, we're
grateful for small favors.)
Read more about "Kayaking the LA River to begin in July"...