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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...

Los Angeles Has the Fewest Available Rentals of Any of the Biggest US Cities

Image via The Hollywood Hills / Curbed LA flickr pool New numbers out from the US Census Bureau show that the rental vacancy rate in the Los Angeles metro area (which includes Long Beach and Anaheim) dropped down to...

Frank Lloyd Wright's Historic Robie House Seeks Tour Guides

Photo via ">Curbed Chicago flickr pool/Nardella Photo Album. Frank Lloyd Wright's nationally landmarked Robie House is actively seeking volunteer docents and is a great opportunity for anyone looking for an exciting and rewarding way to share Chicago's architectural legacy...

New Rules Would Require Sunset Strip Billboards Be All Flashy and Elaborate

Image via eyetwist / Curbed LA flickr pool Sunset Boulevard's got a rep to protect where billboards are concerned. In the late 1960s and 1970s, the Strip was known for its super-cool signage, as documented by photographer Robert Landau...

Los Angeles Has Mapped Every Building's Rent Control Status

Image via Shabdro Photo / Curbed LA flickr pool Los Angeles's extreme housing shortage has nearly two-thirds of Angelenos paying way more than they can afford toward their rent. To try and increase access to information about the dwindling...

LA City Council Bans Chewing Tobacco at Dodger Stadium

Image via Shabdro Photo / Curbed LA flickr pool Get ready to see a lot of stressed out ballplayers in Dodger Stadium this season, but the additional nerves won't have anything to do with the hunt for a World...

The Median Price For Housing in Echo Park is Now $813,000

Image via Sterlilng Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool Now that Silver Lake's transformation into a hip, upperclass neighborhood is complete, homebuyers are apparently headed east, snatching up properties in the transforming-before-our-very-eyes neighborhood of Echo Park, according to Redfin's...

All the Details on February's Shutdown of the 101 in Downtown

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool It's been a long goodbye for LA's famed Sixth Street Viaduct. After over 80 years in service, Angelenos bid the bridge farewell late last year with a lavish going-away party...

A Look at LAX Security From a TSA Worker's Perspective

Image via Lucy Rendler-Kaplan / Curbed LA flickr pool LAX has spruced up a few of its terminals (with more upgrades on the way) and opened itself up to pickups from Lyft and Uber, but one of the big...

Downtown Los Angeles Residents Make a Ton of Money

Image via Howard F. / Curbed LA flickr pool As Downtown Los Angeles continues on its trajectory toward insufferable hipness and developers pour more and more into boutique hotels and billion-dollar megaprojects for the neighborhood, the community of residents...

Caltrans Could Replace California's Gas Tax With a Pay-by-the-Mile Fee System

Image via Eric Demarcq / Curbed LA flickr pool Anyone who has driven in Los Angeles in the past several years can attest to the shabby condition of the roads. With hundreds of miles of repairs on its to-do...

Can a New Wave of Fancy Chain Stores Finally Revitalize Dull Westwood Village?

Image via John Sequeira / Curbed LA flickr pool Sleepy Westwood Village has for years been a collection of empty storefronts and, with a handful of exceptions, forgettable shops and restaurants. Once a high-end shopping destination and entertainment hub...

Here's the Big Griffith Park Access Plan With Pay Parking and Lots of Shuttle Buses

Image via Michael Locke / Curbed LA flickr pool On the heels of last year's wildly unpopular pilot program that opened up Griffith Park's Mount Hollywood Drive to traffic and parking (causing a chaotic mess of people looking for...

Chinatown's Much-Hated Walmart Closing After Just Two Years

Image via Sterling Davis / Curbed LA flickr pool After the war that was waged during its controversial development process, you'd think that the Chinatown Walmart would have emerged, battle-scarred but strong, asserting its dominance over the neighborhood for...

Historic Core's 1897 Beaux Arts Barclay Hotel Up For Sale

Image via Michael Locke / Curbed LA flickr pool Los Angeles's oldest continuously operating inn, Barclay Hotel, is likely to continue its run in the hospitality business, but perhaps as a much fancier place. The building at Fourth Street...

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