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Spend the Last Day of Black History Month with Alison Saar’s Prints and Sculptures

In her L.A. Louver show 'Syncopation,' Saar injects music into work about natural disasters, slavery, and racism
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The Lawmaker Behind AB 5 Wants to Change How Food Delivery Apps Operate

Lorena Gonzalez's AB 2149 seeks to snuff out practices that prey on mom-and-pop restaurants—but the tech industry is pushing back

Buying Genuine Kobe Memorabilia Takes Skepticism—and (Ideally) an Authenticator

Phony autographs have proliferated online since the Lakers legend passed in January
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Kobe’s Friends, Teammates, Coaches, and Rivals Reflect on the Rise of a Legend

In this oral history, Mark Madsen, Del Harris, and others tell the story of Kobe's emergence as one of the greats, in their own words

3 Notable L.A. Restaurants to Try in March

Rotisserie chicken in Los Feliz, Mediterranean in WeHo, and more
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Daily Brief: What Actually Prevents the Spread of Coronavirus?

Also an otter program, Amazon's creepy van stockpile, and more
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The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

A punk rock show, a beer fest, and a Pee-wee anniversary
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A Pasadena Hearse Heist Ended in a Crash on the 110 Freeway

An SUV with a casket in the back went on a wild ride
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Why Orange County Has Declared a Coronavirus Emergency

As of now, there are no confirmed active cases of COVID-19 in O.C.
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Lori Loughlin’s Lawyers Say New Evidence Exonerates Her in the Admissions Scandal

Despite efforts to postpone the trial, Aunt Beck is set to head to court this fall