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Drought : Griffith Park is Ramping Up Their Water Conservation Measures

Things are probably going to be a lot less green this summer. Photo by Michael Locke / Curbed LA flickr pool. Expect high-traffic areas in Griffith Park to be a little dustier this summer, as park maintenance staff is...

The Weather: Could SoCal's Cool May Become a Drought-Relieving Winter?

Some classic May Gray. Image via Joey Zanotti / Curbed LA flickr pool About six months ago, when Los Angeles finally got lucky enough to see a pretty strong storm pass through, climate scientists said that there wasn't any...

It's a Sign: The Glassellland Sign Could Go Legit and Make a Comeback

The sign at its very first location. Image via Laurie Avocado / Curbed LA flickr pool. The Glassellland sign has tried and failed and failed again to just exist, but maybe going legit and getting the approval of the...

Sidewalk Wars: Los Angeles Finally Being Forced to Fix Its Terrible Sidewalks

Image via Karol Franks / Curbed LA flickr pool Yesterday, in a huge win for accessibility advocates, the disabled, and all people who use sidewalks, Los Angeles has agreed that it's going to have to spend about $31 to...

Where to Park It: "Zero Tolerance" for Tailgating on Dodgers Opening Day

All these cars would have to move if it were Opening Day. Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool] Pump the breaks on your elaborate pre-Dodger-game tailgate dreams, Los Angeles: new rules in the area surrounding Dodger...

Tourism: Los Angeles is Suddenly a Major Spring Break Destination?

Image via Joey Zanotti / Curbed LA flickr pool Terrible theme bars of Los Angeles, brace yourselves: A survey of hotel reservation data by AAA found that Los Angeles is the number two destination for spring breakers, right after...

Where To Park It: Westwood Village Getting Demand-Based Parking Meter Pricing

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool By May, the variable parking meter pricing program known as ExpressPark will have made its way into Westwood. The LADOT will install new meters in Westwood Village by then, and...

Los Angeles Things: How Has Los Angeles Changed Since 1990 and City of Quartz?

Photo via Ross Richards/Curbed LA Flickr pool The third panel in the ThirdLA series was held last night at Occidental College in Eagle Rock and the matter at hand was not the city itself, but a book about the...

Danger!: The Top 10 Official Causes of Bike/Car Accidents in LA County

Image via KW / Curbed LA flickr pool Los Angeles's streets are slowly becoming more hospitable to things other than cars (bikes, people), but they've got a way to go. California Highway Patrol data from 2012 show there were...

Neighborhood Names: West LA's Sawtelle is Now Officially Designated "Japantown"

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool Little Osaka was a fitting nickname for the West LA neighborhood of Sawtelle, but the nod to the area's long-standing Japanese community wasn't actually official. Last week, the Los Angeles...

Airports: New Bob Hope Airport Terminal Stalled Out While Burbank, Pasadena, and Glendale Feud

Image via Karol Franks / Curbed LA Flickr Pool Burbank's Bob Hope Airport is a dream compared to LAX, but the 85-year-old facility faces some serious issues. The terminal is too small, too close to the runway, and is...

Goin' Out West: Californians Seriously Only Live Here For the Weather, Beaches

December in LA via Lucy Rendler-Kaplan / Curbed LA flickr pool California voters feel that future generations of Californians will have it much worse than they do and hate the congestion, traffic, and high cost of housing that are.....

Local Landmarks: Maybe Los Angeles Should Just Run the Greek Theatre Itself

Photo via Atwater Village Newbie / Curbed LA flickr pool Two very rich and powerful teams have been battling for months now in a dramatic fight to take over operations at Los Angeles's Greek Theatre—the Board of the Recreation...

Danger!: The Blue Line Ran More Than One Red Light a Month Last Year

Image via Jeremy Jozwik / Curbed LA flickr pool When driving in Los Angeles, don't just watch the roads for pedestrians, cyclists, motorcycle riders, and other drivers—look out for Metro trains too. Metro subways and light rail trains ran...

The Commute: The Latest and Most Punctual Buses and Trains on LA Metro

This 720 will probably be late. Image via Chris / Curbed LA flickr pool. Metro buses and trains have increased their on-timeness by 0.7 percent between 2010 and 2014, according to their own data, as analyzed by KPCC. That...

PreservationWatch: First Frank Lloyd Wright House in Los Angeles Finally Reopening

Image via Michael Locke / Curbed LA flickr pool] Six years ago, another round of restorations began on the Hollyhock House in Barnsdall Art Park, the first house Frank Lloyd Wright designed in Los Angeles, built in 1921 for...

Blockbusters: Someone Actually Paid $100M for a New York Apartment

Photo by Joel Raskin/Curbed Flickr pool Over the weekend, news broke that the penthouse of NYC's One57 tower, the glassy Central Park needle starchitect Christian de Portzamparc designed for what will undoubtedly be the most discerning of Russian oligarchs, oil-backed...

Lots of People Walk in LA: Broadway Crossings First in LA to Let Walkers Go Before Cars

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool] Los Angeles is finally acknowledging that people like to walk around in Downtown. New walk signs at some crosswalks on Broadway let pedestrians step off the curb three seconds before...

Recommended Roundup: Getting Creative With L.A. Rooftops; S.F.'s Housing Woes

Welcome to Curbed's weekly roundup of architecture, real estate, and urban planning-related feature stories. Please be in touch if you have a story to recommend. Photo by Dave Tamburo via Curbed LA Flickr pool 1. Architect Judith Edelman died earlier...

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