From workshops on saving water, to a roving gallery broadcasting art in every corner of the city, here's what to do in L.A.
It's Thursday, Los Angeles! The weekend is bearing down, so we've got some tips for getting out. From workshops on saving water, to a roving gallery that will broadcast art in every corner of the city, here's what to do and what to see. Know something we don't? Send it to la[at]goodinc[dot]com
Friend Griffith Park in Real Life: L.A. is home to the country's largest urban park but those 4,200 acres of wildlife in the center of the city can't protect themselves. The nonprofit Friends of Griffith Park hopes to be the park's guardian, bringing "enlightened stewardship" to the open space, including hikes, advocacy initiatives, and educational programs. Tonight kicks off their summer lecture series at the Los Feliz Library, with a talk about Griffith Park's most famous asset, the Hollywood sign. Thursday, 6:30 p.m.