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Heat-preventing pavement tested in low-income L.A. neighborhoods

Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent The few scraggly trees along 54th Street at 4th Avenue just north of the central Los Angeles neighborhood of Dorset Village provide...

New LA forest executive brings passion and love of trees to her job

By Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent The City of Los Angeles has never had a forest executive, though it has the largest urban forest of any city...

City plans to plant thousands of new trees

By Rachel Parsons For The Hub The City of Los Angeles’ Green New Deal really means green—as in leaves. Officials want to see 90,000 new trees planted...

L.A.’s best sushi virtually unknown

By Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent To break one of the first rules of writing, a cliché: Hama Sushi is a venerable old hole in the...

Los Angeles Central Library series ALOUD branches out

Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent The Los Angeles Central Library’s longstanding lecture and performance series, ALOUD, is expanding to branch libraries this summer.  Beginning July 20, these free...

LA’s gay men’s choir celebrates 40th anniversary with sold-out show at Carnegie Hall

Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent The Gay Men’s Chorus of Los Angeles kicked off its 40th anniversary last week with a sold-out show at Carnegie Hall in...

California shuttles go zero-emission

Rachel Parsons The Fourth Revolution The California Air Resources Board on Thursday unanimously approved the Zero Emission Airport Shuttle regulation. The rule requires all shuttle fleets...

Recycling EV batteries still poses challenge

Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent We like our electric cars. And that’s not the Imperial We, either. In the past decade the global market for EVs has grown...

Whittler’s Daughter Woodworking talks process, inspiration, and sexism in carpentry

Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent In 2011, South Los Angeles resident Kristin Anayah left her day job to stay at home with family. She rediscovered her love...

El Centro Del Pueblo, safe place for L.A. youth, at risk of development

By Rachel Parsons Hub Correspondent Robert Aguayo stood on the empty basketball court and looked toward a teenage boy sitting at one of the shaded picnic...