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  • Jay Z festival coming to Grand Park on Labor Day weekend

    Jay Z festival coming to Grand Park on Labor Day weekend
    Announcing that rapper Jay Z's popular Made in America music festival is coming to downtown, Mayor Eric Garcetti said Wednesday that the event will "shine a spotlight" on Grand Park, the city's up-and-coming Civic Center gathering spot.
  • CicLAvia draws thousands down six-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard

    CicLAvia draws thousands down six-mile stretch of Wilshire Boulevard
    Eric Dietrich has finished the Boston Marathon and rowed the Charles River. But the Echo Park resident's favorite event is the popular CicLAvia festival. He's never missed one, pumping his wheelchair with arms through each route. On Sunday, Dietrich...

    CicLAvia: The bike festival is a tradition for some

    CicLAvia: The bike festival is a tradition for some
    As motorists crawled along the 110 Freeway below, members of several African American ski organizations gathered for a group photo on the Wilshire Boulevard overpass to celebrate their participation in the ninth CicLAvia festival. “We’ve...

    CicLAvia: Organizers proclaim another success

    CicLAvia: Organizers proclaim another success
    Organizers of the car-free CicLAvia event proclaimed the latest outing a success. Thousands of people took to the street Sunday on bicycles, skateboards, and on foot for the event, which spanned six miles of Wilshire Boulevard, from downtown to the...

    CicLAvia: Cyclists, skaters, joggers take over Wilshire Boulevard

    CicLAvia: Cyclists, skaters, joggers take over Wilshire Boulevard
    Cutting through a Wilshire Boulevard intersection on his silver Razor scooter, relatively alone for a brief moment, George Smith felt weird. It was quiet, there were no cars around him and the crowds had yet to gather for CicLAvia. "It just felt wrong...