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This Line of Candles Is Inspired by the Sights and Smells of the San...

Valley Girl Apothecary's offerings burn like your love for the 818
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Inside the Race for Herb Wesson’s Open City Council Seat

Voters in Council District 10—which includes Koreatown, Wilshire Center, and Arlington Heights—have to pick a new council rep in March
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Daily Brief: An Open Letter to Russell Simmons, a UC Tuition Hike, and More

Also Betty White's B-day, Lee Baca's fate, and an 'Uncut Gems' treat
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The Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

An MLK Day concert, a West Wing podcast, a ska-cumentary, and more
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Celebrity Endorsement Tracker: Which Dems Are Big-Wigs Backing?

We've rounded up every celeb endorsement in the 2020 field, from Cardi B to George R.R. Martin
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A Year After Her Untimely Death, Miyoshi Barosh’s Influence on the L.A. Art Scene...

Three local galleries are honoring the groundbreaking artist and L.A. native with simultaneous exhibits
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Pottery Throwing Is Having a Moment

With everyone from Seth Rogen to the Kardashians sidling up to the wheel, more and more Angelenos are giving ceramics a spin
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The Real-Life Tinker Bell Reconnected with a Lost Love at 90 and It’s Wonderful

"It’s like a Disney story or a Hallmark movie," says actress Margaret Kerry about her late-in-life romance

Will L.A. Housing Activists Launch an Oakland-Style Movement?

The story of four homeless Bay Area moms occupying a vacant house has inspired some Angelenos to consider more radical solutions to the housing crisis
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Daily Brief: A Nipsey Tribute at the Grammys, Possible Wet Weather, and More

Also the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame’s new inductees, Pho Broadway says goodbye, and a CAA pay raise