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A Second Group of LAUSD Parents File a Lawsuit for Schools to Fully Reopen

L.A. public schools are set to start a staggered reopening on April 12, but parents’ displeasure with the details of the plan has spawned a pair of lawsuits and plenty of protests
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Views From Inside the 2021 Dodgers Home Opener

Few fans were able to score the golden ticket to attend today’s game. Here’s what those who were there in person saw.
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Manhattan Beach Took Beachfront Land from a Black Family. A Proposal Would Return It to Their Descendants

A California state senator has proposed legislation to return Bruce's Beach to the Bruce family
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How Patrisse Cullors Is Staying Focused in the Post-Trump Era

The artist, activist, and BLM cofounder has a book and multiple projects in the works. But first, a worldwide Electric Slide dance party
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Angelyne Is Eyeing a Run for Governor (Again)

As Gavin Newsom faces a possible recall, he can count on having at least one colorful challenger
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What to Stream This Weekend: We Don’t Deserve Dogs, Thunder Force, and More

A roundup of the best movies and shows available right in your living room
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Some of the Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

A neon display with a message, a "global electric slide," and more
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A Judge Dismisses the Daily Mail as a Defendant in Katie Hill’s Revenge Porn Lawsuit

The judge decided that nude photos taken and published without the former congresswoman’s consent are ”a matter of public interest”
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Painter Chaz Guest’s Long, Lively Road to Art-World Acclaim

The longtime Angeleno finally has a studio of his own to welcome serious collectors, curators—and a new level of fame