Renderings courtesy of Prach Ly.
It will be the one of the few memorials in the entire nation that recognizes one of human history’s most devastating massacres and it ...On May 11, 2016 / By Brian Addison
Since 2007, Brian Ulaszweski has received picture after picture of vehicle accidents. And not just any vehicle accidents but ones that occurred in a very specific place: the ...On February 4, 2015 / By Brian Addison
The pride we take in our national parks just took on a wider color palette as the Secretary of the Interior Sally Jewell and National Park Service Director ...On June 18, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Thanks to a $924K grant, the City of Long Beach will be able to improve the wetland areas at Willow Springs Park while also increasing accessibility ...On June 12, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Out of the 60 most populated cities in the nation, Long Beach currently sits at 24 amongst the most park friendly cities as measured by The Trust for Public ...On May 30, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Shameless promoting? Sure. Perhaps abusing the green movement? Maybe. But if there is one thing that is certain, it is this: Long Beach is in dire need green ...On April 16, 2014 / By Brian Addison
Armory Park—the project which will transform one of Long Beach’s most dangerous intersections into a park—transformed in another way: its namesake will no longer be.
Originally named ...On March 12, 2014 / By Brian Addison
The Congress for the New Urbanism (CNU)—the country’s premiere organization which is founded on creating walkable, neighborhood-based development—released its 2014 “Freeways Without Futures” report, listing Long Beach’s ...On February 13, 2014 / By Brian Addison