GoSpiral Grows its Raw Spirulina Business in SoCal

GoSpiral Grows its Raw Spirulina Business in SoCal

LOS ANGELES—On a chilly February morning in Studio City, Manny Perez sells cold-pressed green juice at the farmers market. Perez works for GoSpiral Farms, which produces the green juices’ star ingredient, raw spirulina. GoSpiral Farms went on a brief winter hiatus from selling at the

Pasadena Celebrates the Year of the Rat

Pasadena Celebrates the Year of the Rat

Korean dancers perform traditional royal court dances during the Lunar New Year Celebration in Pasadena, Calif. on Jan. 25, 2020. PASADENA, CALIF.— The Lunar New Year officially began on Saturday, January 25, 2020, celebrating the year of the rat. The Chinese New Year is also

Women’s March LA Draws Crowds and Controversy

Women’s March LA Draws Crowds and Controversy

https://youtu.be/X-dIqG1DMrU LOS ANGELES–Yellow caution tape held back the crowd of demonstrators lined up for the 2020 Women’s March on Saturday, January 18. More than 300,000 people showed up to Pershing Square with protest signs raised high ready to march toward City Hall, according to the

Angelenos Go Car-Free for a Day

Angelenos Go Car-Free for a Day

Angelenos Go Car-Free for a Day Volunteers direct bike traffic at CicLAvia in Downtown Los Angeles on Oct. 06, 2019 (Photo by Jourdan Arnaud) LOS ANGELES—Cyclists flooded Downtown Los Angeles on Sunday, October 6, for the CiLAvia biking event, “Heart of LA.” This family-friendly event

Turning 18,000 Tons of Green Waste into Black Gold

Turning 18,000 Tons of Green Waste into Black Gold

Master Gardeners Rethink How Burbank Residents Deal with Yard Waste Burbank Recycling Coordinator Kreigh Hampel gives gardeners a tour of the recycling center (Photo by Jourdan Arnaud) The city of Burbank started collecting yard waste in 1993. In that 27-year timespan, Burbank’s Public Works Department

LACI is Building an Inclusive Green Economy Through the Arts

LACI is Building an Inclusive Green Economy Through the Arts

LACI Campus in Downtown, LA Artists District Nestled between luxury condominiums and graffitied warehouses in LA’s Arts District sits the Los Angeles Cleantech Incubator (LACI). The 20,000 square-foot facility is an oasis of sorts contained within 3.2 acres of sustainable land. LACI is a nonprofit

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