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7/25/2012

Balancing Act

Can the City of Los Angeles manage its budget without cutting public services? UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment director Chris Tilly weighs in

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4/1/2012

Where We Were

Editor-in-chief Mary Melton and the staff of Los Angeles magazine remember the L.A. riots

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4/1/2012

Remembering the L.A. Riots

Community leaders from across L.A. tell us how they experienced the unrest and how the spring of 1992 shapes their vision of our city today

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12/1/2011

Could Barack Obama Lose California in 2012?

Local political analysts weigh in on the President's standing with voters in the Golden State

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6/23/2011

Street Fight

As gallery interest in street art grows (MOCA’s major exhibition, Art in the Streets, is on now), the debate continues over what street art is and how it affects communities

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5/1/2011

The Unpolitician

For the past year retired Wall Street tycoon Austin Beutner has practically run the City of Los Angeles. Now, about that mayor’s race in 2013…

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1/16/2011

The Breakfast Conversation: Alejandro Mayorkas

The Director of the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) talked with editor Mary Melton about the value of immigrants to the U.S. culture and economy, the challenge of passing comprehensive immigration reform, and the effect Arizona’s SP 1070

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12/1/2010

The Reformers

With the midterm elections—and the defeat of California’s Proposition 19—behind them, two advocates for the legalization of marijuana tell us what’s next

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11/1/2010

Radical Defense

How vulnerable are we to extremists? Counterterrorism expert Brian Jenkins on LAX, the port, and what we should—and shouldn’t—worry about

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10/19/2010

House Keeping

Why California hangs in the balance of the midterm election

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