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AMC Is Reportedly Angling to Take Over the Theaters at the Grove and the...

As the city reopens, movies may be headed back to a pair of popular outdoor malls
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A $2 Billion Beverly Hills Development without Affordable Units Gets the Green Light

One city council member called hotelier Beny Alagem's One Beverly Hills project "a castle-fortress of exclusion”
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How Real Is the Threat of an Eviction Crisis in L.A. County?

With the state's 15-month moratorium on evictions set to expire at the end of June, low-income renters may be facing their nightmare
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Amid the Fight Over Franklin Canyon, Mohamed Hadid Would Just Like a Little Gratitude

As the millionaire developer tries to keep a key piece of land from heading to the auction block, he laments his critics
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The Hollywood Bowl Is Making a Triumphant Summer Return

After its first summer closed in nearly a century, the landmark is roaring back with one of its most exciting seasons yet
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Morning Brief: It’s Reopening Day—Are We in the Clear?

Also, former Congressman Dana Rohrabacher's January 6 antics, and more
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Starting Tuesday, Vaccinated Californians Can Lose Their Masks Almost Everywhere

California mask rules change when the state reopens on June 15. Here's what you need to know before the big day
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Maps Illustrate Just How Bad the Drought Really Is

Scientists are tracking drought conditions that are worse than they've been in at least 20 years