Barry Sanders

City of Los Angeles' Department of Recreation and Parks

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President of the Board of Commissioners of the City of Los Angeles' Department of Recreation and Parks and Professor of Communication Studies at UCLA; author of American Avatar: The United States in the Global Imagination; former attorney

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In the 12 acres between the Music Center and LA City Hall, block three of the new Grand Park was opened today with a ceremony featuring LA City and County officials.  The  Grand Park …

53 Pocket Parks to Fill Foreclosed Properties in South LA

In the 12 acres between the Music Center and LA City Hall, block three of the new Grand Park was opened today with a ceremony featuring LA City and County officials.  The Grand Park …

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