LA River news roundup

Posted by on 22 June 2011 | 0 Comments

Checking in with the news cycle, the Los Angeles River, aka our fave waterway, is making a bit of a splash:

Over at The Eastsider LA (named LA's best neighborhood blog by the LA Weekly. btw) Jesus Sanchez reports that the American flags normally seen on the Los Angeles River's Glendale Hyperion bridge are gone. The reason? Money. Well, the lack of it. But there's hope, Sanchez says. The full post is here.

Remember those Canadian rock 'n' rollers who got cited for canoeing down the river during the rainy season? Their legal woes aren't over yet, says Debroah Griff at Studio City Patch.

Water activist Emily Green, writing in the LA Times about the dry garden, looks in on the LA River.

A story about tours of river graffiti (and LA gangs) make the Syndey Morning Herald.

And may we interest you in a magical history tour of the Los Angeles River? All you need to do to get there is click the About link right here on this site, for the LA River's story, a virtual tour, and (this is SoCal after all) the river as Hollywood's back lot.

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