Juan Devis

KCET

Guest

Vice President of Arts and Culture Programming for KCET public media in Los Angeles, California, and producer of its Departures series, focusing on neighborhoods in Southern California; creator of Artbound, a web- and TV-based arts and culture series covering Southern California

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Remember " Carmaggedon ?" That's when the 405 Freeway was shut down completely for entire weekends for replacement of the Mulholland Drive bridge.

Los Angeles: Eastside versus Westside

Remember " Carmaggedon ?" That's when the 405 Freeway was shut down completely for entire weekends for replacement of the Mulholland Drive bridge.

from Which Way, L.A.?

It's estimated that more than 100,000 people turned out yesterday to bike, skate, run or meander through seven and a half miles of streets closed to motorized vehicles from East…

CicLAvia and the Rise of Bicycle Culture in Los Angeles

It's estimated that more than 100,000 people turned out yesterday to bike, skate, run or meander through seven and a half miles of streets closed to motorized vehicles from East…

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Even if 2010 was tough on the design and construction industry in LA there were still some—even surprising—bright spots.

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Even if 2010 was tough on the design and construction industry in LA there were still some—even surprising—bright spots.

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