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Over much of its 50 miles, the LA River isn’t much of a river. But it's a home to wildlife and people, a backdrop for movie shoots, and a symbol of Los Angeles.

Changing lives and landscapes along the LA River, as seen through photos

Over much of its 50 miles, the LA River isn’t much of a river. But it's a home to wildlife and people, a backdrop for movie shoots, and a symbol of Los Angeles.

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