CicLAvia is a free and recurring event that allows for the temporary closing of interconnected routes throughout the region, creating a web of public space in which Angelenos can walk, bike, exercise, socialize, celebrate, and explore new cultures and neighborhoods. Similar events occur in many other cities around the US like Portland, New York and San Francisco. The Bogóta ciclovía also has inspired programs in Mexico City, Guadalajara, Quito and Melbourne.
Como un evento recurrente y gratuito, planeado el mismo día y hora cada semana o mes, CicLAvía permitirá la clausura temporal de rutas interconectadas a través de la región, creando una red de espacio público en la cual los residentes de Los Ángeles podrán caminar, andar en bicicleta, socializar, celebrar y aprender acerca de nuevas culturas y barrios. Eventos similares a éste han ocurrido de manera exitosa en otras ciudades de los Estados Unidos, como en Portland, Nueva York y San Francisco. La Ciclovía de Bogotá también ha inspirado programas en la Ciudad de México, Guadalajara, Quito y Melbourne.
LTSC CDC collaborates with other nonprofit, community-based organizations to help them build multifamily affordable housing projects that serve their communities, and increase the capacity of the organizations to engage in broad neighborhood-based community building work including affordable housing. Through these collaborations, LTSC CDC has partnered with over 15 community-based organizations and has completed 22 projects with 800 units of affordable housing and approximately 125,000 square feet of community facility space. LTSC CDC has developed more than $200 million in community-serving nonprofit real estate projects.
Currently, LTSC CDC sponsors over a dozen different community and social service programs, with over 100 paid staff persons and hundreds of volunteers to provide competent and compassionate services in many languages. Services include individual and family mental health counseling, child abuse prevention, case management, support groups, senior services, childcare, preschool, after-school youth programs, and domestic violence programs. LTSC CDC is also working with the community to create a Sustainable Little Tokyo.
Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment CommissionDistance: 0.5 miCompetitive Analysis 333 S Hope St Los Angeles, CA 90071
The Los Angeles Sports & Entertainment Commission (LASEC) was founded in 1995 by a group of visionary civic leaders. Now, in our 18th year, we are proud to say that LASEC has created tremendous economic impact for Los Angeles by attracting thousands of visitors to the City, giving them a reason to stay longer and return more frequently, all the while reinforcing Los Angeles as the Sports and Entertainment Capital of the World, an event destination for national and international visitors alike.
DTLA Fight Club is a fitness group that hosts boot camps and specialized classes at various locations in Los Angeles. Our boot camps focus on cardio conditioning, muy thai/boxing inspired work outs, body sculpting, core strength, reflexes, agility and flexibility. We also provide private one on one training for all types of people. Whether you are training for an upcoming fight, or wanting to shed a few pounds before an event, we are here to help you reach your goals in a fun, energetic and effective way.
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We have state champions from 4 years old all the way too 13 years old. We unfortunately do not have National Champions since we opened up 1 year ago, but as students go and school we have grown a lot. I Antonio J. Morales am a fighter that plans to keep fighting and make my students reach high level in tkd.
For any questions contact me: I assure you that if your planning on taking classes her you will not be disappointed.