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Author: Meagan Yellott

Raul Macias Field L.A. River Center

Raul Macias Field at L.A. River Center Grand Opening Jan. 24, 2009 Visit the Heritage Parkscape online and on flickr. […]

South Park City Colorado 2004

View the Fun in the Park collection on flickr. Learn more about Monuments, Diversity, and Democracy. […]

Keep State Parks Open for All! Green Access, Child Obesity, Youth, Poverty and People of Color by County

The Governor has proposed closing 220 out of 279 priceless State Parks to save money. The proposal would close three out of every four state parks and cut $143 million from State Parks’ budget. Four of the eight counties with […]

Take Action: Keep California State Parks Open for All!

June 1, 2009 UPDATED Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger State Capitol, First Floor Sacramento, CA 95814 Via Fax: 916-558-3160 Re: Keep California State Parks Open for All Dear Governor Schwarzenegger: Rather than threatening to close state parks – again – California should […]

El Pueblo Plaza Fire House

View of the fire house from the Plaza. Learn more about Monuments, Diversity, and Democracy. Visit the Heritage Parkscape online and on flickr. […]

Heritage Square: Perry House

Perry House (Mount Pleasant) Built in 1876 for prominent businessmen and lumber baron, William Hayes Perry. This house is the largest at the museum and once was the largest house in Los Angeles. Perry came to Los Angeles from Ohio […]

El Pueblo Hellman/Quon Building

One of the few surviving landmarks of Old Chinatown, the Hellman/Quon building is named for its two long-time owners, a white European builder and a Chinese businessman. When Hellman, the original owner, died in 1920, the building was sold to […]

El Pueblo Hammel Building

Built in 1909, this Olvera Street building was initially used as a machine shop. Originally owned by a Mexican vegetable farmer, the building was willed to the Hammels in the 1880s, but was not converted to the Hammel Building until […]

ACURA LA Bike Tour and the Los Angeles Marathon Monday, May 25

Monday, May 25: Los Angeles Marathon XXIV The Los Angeles Marathon will be held for the first time on Memorial Day, with more than 35,000 participants expected to run, bike and walk in the Marathon, Bike Tour or the 5k […]

California Green Stimulus Coalition – Policy Recommendations

The California Green Stimulus Coalition is an alliance of dozens of California’s most influential and respected organizations advocating for the environment, economic justice, organized labor and a strong workforce system. As California decides how to use its federal stimulus dollars, […]