Will sustainability be part of the fashion industry in 5 to 10 years? Do the up-and-coming fashionistas feel the green movement is even important? These were the questions running through my head as I drove to the edgy and
When I spotted sustainable ready-to-wear line Frock Los Angeles on Ecouterre, I was instantly attracted to the classic silhouettes and glamorous, vintage-inspired styling. Designer Victoria Tik's aim is to
Whether it's a "tough love" beekeepers' focus on survivor genes, or a renewed interest in top-bar hives, Warré hives and other beekeeping alternatives, there are plenty of folks out there who believe that the
It's a 40 mile drive from Long Beach To Burbank, and you don't even have to drive the 405. But this weekend they are closing that highway down for repairs, and it's going to be Carmageddon in Los Angeles. But don't worry; JetBlue to the rescue.
Here at TreeHugger, we talk quite a bit about the causes and problems with roads and traffic, and we've seen how effective congestion pricing can be. Here's one more study showing that more roads are not the answer to our
This slick sustainable prefab house drew crowds at the 2011 Dwell on Design. Other hits? Think solid cork stools and coffee tables, linen made of seaweed, walnut plaster and gorgeous flatpack furniture.
While the actual floor does not have quite the scal
Imagine a street party taking place over 7 miles of Los Angeles roads, but without any cars to get in the way. That's what CicLavia is. The 2011 edition took place on April 10th, and the video above shows what some of the participants
Writers Eve Babitz and Patti Smith, circa 1970, served as inspiration for LA-based eco fashion label Popomomo. Designer Lizz Wasserman, who chose an intimate party, hosted at the Mandrake Bar in Culver City,
Today's LA Marathon followed a "Stadium to the Sea" route that has been in effect since 2009. The route was designed to showcase the City's landmarks from the East to the West. While looking at the map,
Image: LA Bike Plan
Bike Plan Approved by City Council
The Los Angeles City Council approved a new bike master plan that would potentially make the city much more bike-friendly. The plan calls for 1,680 miles of interconnected bike paths (compared to