Special Issue on Los Angeles
It's a denser, more transit-friendly city than most of us realize. Christopher Hawthorne takes a tour.
Web-Only Sidebar: Myth Busting by Todd Gish
LA planning director Michael LoGrande describes his first year on the job. An interview by Kevin Madden.
A close observer recounts three decades of change. By William Fulton.
Gabriela Worrel digs into LA's expanded menu of food policies — and choices.
Web-Only Sidebar: Find Your Foodshed by Bobbie Peyton
Los Angeles is turning its river from an afterthought into a destination. A Planning Practice article by Lorelei Laird.
Sidebar: More Projects Afoot
Steve Preston explains how ethnic diversity enriches the LA suburbs. With a sidebar by Lois Takahashi and a web-only sidebar by James Rojas.
From Main Street to the state capital, budget cutbacks are forcing agencies to work smarter. Paul Shigley counts the ways.
Web-Only Sidebar: Annexations, Incorporations, and Reorganizations by Robert Aldrich and Orange County LAFCO Staff
Mike Taugher navigates the shoals in this Sustaining Places story.
Web-Only Sidebars: New entries in APA's Delta Urbanism Series
The Devil Is in the Delta by Paul Shigley
A regular column by CEO Paul Farmer.
Federal funding, New York zoning.
Fair housing, rational basis test.
Statistics in the news, compiled by APA's Research Department. This month: California facts.
Timothy Beatley interviews writer Elisabeth Tova Bailey, author of the best-selling The Sound of a Wild Snail Eating.
Historic Detroit, boomer housing.
Concentric rings, the just city.
New reports, blogs, videos, etc.
Predictions for 2012.
Cover: Walt Disney Concert Hall. Photo by Travis Conklin, LA Inc.