As the Los Angeles River area develops, its residents will have to grapple with the question of development. Can it welcome new neighbors and businesses to the area without losing its ingrained culture, developed over generations?
Text by: Carren Jao
Edited by: Yosuke Kitazawa
Published: 14 May 2014, KCET
|Good Eggs at its opening party. Photos courtesy of Good Eggs.|
It was a perfect weekend celebration, but for one missing ingredient. "I saw a very crowded street and a lot of unfamiliar faces," said Steve Appleton, Elysian Valley resident. "The list and those admitted free mostly came from Good Eggs clients who are very different from the core residential and artistic community of Elysian Valley." [read more]