- published: 16 Jan 2016
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What's changed on the LA Waterfront? The LA Waterfront has changed dramatically over the last decade, and there is still more to come. This video highlights the milestones that demonstrate the Port of Los Angeles' commitment to the community with projects that provide additional open space and encourage public access. Don't just take our word for it...come see it for yourself! Visit http://www.lawaterfront.org to learn more.
On July 11, Los Angeles Walks along with Walk Ambassador Doane Liu, Chief of Staff at the Port of Los Angeles, led a guided walk along the LA Waterfront, introducing pedestrians to the World Cruise Ship, Fanfare Fountains at Gateway Plaza, Battleship IOWA, Downtown Harbor, Ports O’ Call Village, and CRAFTED at the Port of Los Angeles.
Have fun on the water with the latest trend to hit Los Angeles' waterfront community. Kayak, row, boat, or SUP to famed Killer Shrimp restaurant in Marina del Rey with Phins Water Sports Club's "Row & Happy Hour." Get a workout with popular watersports and, best of all, leave the traffic behind! For more info, go to www.VisitMarinaDelRey.com.
The Los Angeles Maritime Institute (also known as LAMI) at the Port of Los Angeles, connects high school students to the ocean and beyond, through the LA Waterfront. Learn more about LAMI in the Summer 2017 edition of "On the LA Waterfront Magazine." For the more information about the LA Waterfront, visit http://lawaterfront.org.
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What happened on the LA Waterfront in 2016? The Port of Los Angeles hosted more than 20 community events, including the inaugural LA Fleet Week®, officially broke ground on the Harbor Boulevard Roadway Project, welcomed the arrival of the E/V Nautilus at AltaSea, sponsored youth sailing lessons in Wilmington, and announced plans for the new San Pedro Public Market...we can't wait to see what happens next!
Esquire Second Annual Jazz Concert at the Philharmonic Auditorium, Los Angeles. January 17, 1945. Guest star Billie Holiday! BILLY STRAYHORN at the piano. Announcement by the foamous composer Jerome Kern. Duke Ellington and his Orchestra: Shelton Hemphill, Rex Stewart, Cat Anderson, Taft Jordan, Ray Nance (t); Lawrence Brown, Joe Nanton, Claude Jones (tb); Jimmy Hamilton (cl,ts); Otto Hardwicke (cl,as); Johnny Hodges (as); Al Sears (ts); Harry Carney (cl,as,bar); Billy Strayhorn (p); Fred Guy (g); Junior Raglin (b); Sonny Greer (d) Pictures from that concert of Billie Holiday with Duke Ellington and jazz critic Leonard Feather.
Abandoned railroad tracks, roadways and under-used parking lot cause community disconnect, pollution and lack of public space at the port of Los Angeles. This project proposes to re-align, add and interconnect existing circulation routes into vibrant multi-modal strands that link port history, ecology, accessibility and economic activity. Spring 2014 UCLA Extension Landscape Architecture Thesis Presentation.
In Seattle, once you're on the water, it’s just a short stroll from eels to wheel, says Los Angeles Times Traveler Christopher Reynolds. For more of his Seattle adventures, go here: http://lat.ms/1LR9Mx1. This video is part of Reynolds' "A Minute Away" series, designed to give you a much needed desk vacation -- and travel inspiration. More videos here: http://bit.ly/1shPQWD. SUBSCRIBE FOR MORE VIDEOS AND NEWS http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=losangelestimes LET'S CONNECT: Google+ ► https://plus.google.com/+latimes Facebook ► https://www.facebook.com/latimestravel Twitter ► https://twitter.com/LATimesTravel L.A. Times Travel ► http://www.latimes.com/travel