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CicLAvia Comes to the Northern San Fernando Valley This Weekend

The four-mile route will run from Pacoima to Panorama City Rob Rovira // Curbed LA Flickr Pool Sunday's CicLAvia Route CicLAvia Sunday's CicLAvia, like all CicLAvias, is not a bike race, and organizers encourage riders to slow down and explore the route. Show More Summary

Dud El Niño is Weakening, But Could Still Go Out With a Bang

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool The promised "second peak" of this year's El Niño still hasn't really shown up, and instead of prolonged torrential rains, Southern California has instead gotten some heavy winds and a...

Leaky Porter Ranch Natural Gas Well Permanently Sealed Up

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool As of late last night, the Porter Ranch well that's been leaking since October 23 and spewing nearly 100,000 metric tons of methane into the air (the running counter has...

Los Angeles Wants $20 Million From Developer of Burnt Downtown Apartment Building

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool Developer Geoff Palmer has produced an impressive list of enemies in his quest to speckle the LA map with his trademark Italy-meets-Epcot-meets-dormitory megafortress apartment complexes. Everyone from skybridge detractors to...

Los Angeles Wants a Registry of How Much Rent Everyone is Supposed to Be Paying

Image via Cole Martin / Curbed LA flickr pool "Hundreds" of renters who live in rent-controlled apartments are subject to illegal rent increases each year, but a new city program in the works looks to significantly cut those numbers...

You Have to Earn 172 Percent of the Median Income to Buy a Median House in Los Angeles

Image via Atwater Village Newbie / Curbed LA flickr pool Trying to buy a house in Los Angeles probably feels a lot like taking crazy pills. Prices in Northeast LA are shooting up so much that median prices are...

Dodger Stadium Owners Hoping to Turn it Into a Part-Time Concert Venue

Image via Albert Valles / Curbed LA flickr pool Dodger Stadium has hosted its fair share of big-name concerts, but a new plan would have the place showing live music pretty regularly, with the goal of eventually hosting a...

Post-Leak, How Safe Will SoCal Gas Make Their Aliso Canyon Gas Storage Site?

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool It's starting to look like the enormous natural gas leak, which dragged on for more than three months and led to the relocation of thousands of Porter Ranch residents, might...

Big El Niño Waves Are Eroding Cabrillo Beach to Nothing

Image via Joey Zanotti / Curbed LA flickr pool While El Niño's promised storms have yet to pound Southern California, heavy surf created by the weather phenomenon has been slowly, silently punishing beaches, and hitting San Pedro's Cabrillo Beach...

What Happens in Porter Ranch Now That the Enormous Gas Leak is Finally Plugged?

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool It took three and a half months, but the Southern California Gas Company finally has control of the leaking well at its Aliso Canyon natural gas storage field. The gas...

Here Are All the LA Marathon Street Closures From Echo Park to Santa Monica

Image via bigbend700 / Curbed LA flickr pool This Sunday, the streets will briefly be overtaken by thousands of folks running and wheeling 26.2 miles, from Dodger Stadium to Santa Monica, for the Los Angeles Marathon. (Last year, th...

Was California's Coastline Just Thrown Under the Bus?

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool After a public hearing attended by hundreds that ran late into the night and was dominated by an outcry of public support for California Coastal Commission Executive Director Charles Lester,...

Will the Future of the California Coast Be For the People or For the Big Developers?

Image via Eric Demarcq / Curbed LA flickr pool The California Coastal Commission is the state agency that oversees land use along the state's coast and makes sure that people can get unfettered access to those coastal lands, which.....

LA's Metro Going to Start Charging For Parking at Rail Stations

Image via jeremy jozwik / Curbed LA flickr pool Metro has always been kinda charitable in their attempts to get Angelenos in the habit of taking public transportation. It wasn't until 2013 that the agency finally locked subway turnstiles,...

There Will Be a Library Afloat on Echo Park Lake Next Week

Image by Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool Echo Park Lake is already a great place for a picnic (or a makeout sesh), and Wi-Fi-equipped. What more does it need? That's right: a floating library. Wish granted, Los...

First LA Metro Tunnels Will Get Cell Service by Late March

Image via Michael Locke / Curbed LA flickr pool Very soon, the excuse of "I have to hang up; I'm going into the subway," will no longer be legit. Metro's planning to have cell service up and running in...

LA Is the Most Unsafe Place in the US for Pedestrians

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool One of the more unfortunate aspects of living in Los Angeles is that in many ways, the city is better set up for two tons of steel on wheels than...

Los Angeles Might Finally Get a Single Person to Keep an Eye on All Its Oil Drilling

Image via Jeremy Jozwik / Curbed LA flickr pool Los Angeles city codes dating all the way back to 1958 dictate that there should be someone on city staff that watches over all things oil-related—the city is dotted with...

Los Angeles Wants to Make a Lot More Apartments Take Pets

Image via Mark Luethi / Curbed LA flickr pool Los Angeles has the nation's highest percentage of renters, and that can have repercussions when it comes to pets. LA city animal shelters say that between 2011 and 2015 "at...

LA's South Bay Has Become One of California's Last Pockets of Marijuana Prohibition

Image via Eyetwist / Curbed LA flickr pool As most of California is making it easier to get marijuana, the cities of Los Angeles's South Bay are moving fast to shut down even legal weed sales and use. In...

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