The L.A. River Opens to the Public
A 2.5 mile long section of the the Los Angeles River opens to the public this week, providing the opportunity for kayaking, canoeing, and other non-motorized boating. The river had been closed since the 1930s and was used as a flood control panel, and unofficially as a dumping ground for the fruits of violent crime. Finally, people with pulses and vital signs will be able to experience the Los Angeles River.
Read more at cnn.com
I always pictured the LA River to look like the chase scene in T2 where they run through the flod control channels in San Fernando Valley, CA... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=u0JMVal0cdY&feature=youtube_gdata_player
Kurt Russell knows this river well.
Oh nice - they destroyed the Owens Valley so some hipster LA douches can kayak....fuck Mullholland.....how many ranchers did that prick kill to get his water?????