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Running on Empty: These Are the Hardest Items to Find in L.A.

As the supply chain goes insane, L.A. stores are suddenly selling out of everything from dog food to Dom Pérignon
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The L.A. Times’ Owner Admits the Paper Was on the Verge of Being ‘Shut Down’

Billionaire Patrick Soon-Shiong says that days before he agreed to buy the paper, its previous owners had decided to effectively close it
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Secondhand L.A.: Your Guide to the Thrifting Capital of the World

Scores of secondhand stores are turning used clothing into mountains of cash. Here’s the who, what, when, and wear of thrifting in 2021
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Can an NFT from Warren Buffett’s Granddaughter Save the Dolphins?

Proceeds from a sale of an NFT of Nicole Buffett’s artwork will be used to support Open Earth Foundation's work with dolphins near Costa Rica
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L.A. Street Vendors Want a Break from City and County Code Enforcement

Curbside food purveyors say the health department has ramped up enforcement, and the timing couldn't be worse

The $400k Rolls-Royce Cullinan Will Get Your Heart Racing

The luxury automaker was late to the ultra-premium SUV party. Now Cullinan, the company's entry into the space, is its best-selling model
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AMC Will Reopen the Movie Theaters at the Americana and the Grove

Cinephiles can soon head back to the movies at a pair of popular outdoor malls
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Airbnb Says It Won’t Let Landlords Cash In on a Potential Plague of Evictions

A new policy would keep landlords from listing properties where a tenant was booted for failing to pay rent
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Precinct and Redline Bolstered DTLA’s Gay Nightlife Scene. Now They’re Fighting to Survive

More than a year after bars were ordered to close, the two popular watering holes look to a future that’s still a little blurry