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Former Garcetti Aide Feels ‘Abandoned’ As Mayor Seems Headed to India

In her first interview since a Senate panel confirmed Garcettil’s nomination, Naomi Seligman blasts Biden and other top Dems
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California’s Legal Pot Industry Is Still Failing Miserably

It’s been more than five years since the Golden State passed Prop 64, but legal sellers are still getting badly beaten by the illegal ones—and sometimes they’re the same people

The History of Coach Clarence Mackey Jr. and the Watts Olympics

Son of Mackey recalls to LA Mag how his late father, a former UCLA star player, organized the sporting event

Here’s How to Celebrate MLK Day in Los Angeles Today

Although Los Angeles' premier Kingdom Day Parade was canceled for the second year in a row due to COVID, there's several other ways to celebrate the pioneering civil rights activist

Daily Brief: MLK Day, L.A. County Death Rate Highest in 10 Months

Also, legendary Tuskegee Airman Charles McGee, who successfully completed 409 air combat missions over three wars, died at age 102 on Sunday

New Crime Stats Revealed: Homicides in Los Angeles Soared in 2021

The city recorded 397 murders last year, and LAPD also shot more people than in previous years

What to Stream This Weekend: ‘Station Eleven’ Finale, ‘Peacemaker,’ ‘Cheer’ Season 2

Not sure what to watch during the three-day weekend? We got you covered

Hollywood Brief: ‘Scream 5’ Ghostface and More Horror Villains Never Say Die; Spider-Clout?

Plus, guest columnist Jeff Sneider on Pete Davidson's new project, Marhershala Ali's TV return and Gal Gadot's Hitchcock remake

Weekend Playlist: FKA twigs, Earl Sweatshirt, Cordae

Also, new music from award winning jazz pianist Robert Glasper, London dance-pop artist Aluna, and indie icon Cat Power

New BLM Suit Against The City Accuses Cops of Bloodshed Outside Garcetti’s House

Three BLM activists claim that baton wielding riot cops battered a mostly peaceful crowd that included children and the elderly