Aaron Paley

President and co-founder of Community Arts Resources (CARS), and co-founder of CicLAvia.

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Event Producer and steering committee member of CicLAvia, and President of Community Arts Resources, a long-time public event producer in Los Angeles

Aaron Paley on KCRW

LA was once a destination for people who wanted to get away from crowded East Coast cities.

Long-time champion of public space reflects on impact of coronavirus on city life

LA was once a destination for people who wanted to get away from crowded East Coast cities.

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Public spaces can make or break a city. They’re escapes from the relentless urban pace and help bring people together. They are town squares that make communities out of neighborhoods.

Making L.A.: Public Spaces

Public spaces can make or break a city. They’re escapes from the relentless urban pace and help bring people together. They are town squares that make communities out of neighborhoods.

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This Sunday, thousands of bicyclists will roll through the streets of L.A. for the 10th CicLAvia.

CicLAvia and Gentrification

This Sunday, thousands of bicyclists will roll through the streets of L.A. for the 10th CicLAvia.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

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