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11/1/2012

Fear Factor

New attitudes, same scary sunglasses. The LAPD seems a force to be trusted. Then comes another round of misconduct

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10/1/2012

Dark Shadows

Each fall football lightens the city’s mood; this season pens with a heavier heart

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9/1/2012

Slippery Slope

A rock guitarist’s grand vision for a Malibu mountaintop has coastal watchdogs on edge

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8/1/2012

Summer Fling

Exotic locales might beckon. But the charms of an L.A. August prove that there’s no place like home

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7/1/2012

Venus Rising

Oodles of sex. Lots of envy. A touch of whining. HBO’s Girls sounded superficial. It wasn’t

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5/1/2012

Buzz Kill

The road to the hot new silicon beach is paved with good intentions—and way too many drivers

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3/1/2012

Movies A-Go-Go

A film was once a shared L.A. experience. Now we just want to be left alone

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2/1/2012

Postscript: Call of the Wild

Open City columnist Anne Taylor Fleming on learning about coyotes and the local wildlife experts who help make Los Angeles a safe place for us and them

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2/1/2012

Call of The Wild

Coyotes are neither friend nor foe. They’re cohabitants, pure and simple

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1/1/2012

Light Years

Sometimes the person you dread letting in can bring unexpected joy

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