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What Could L.A.’s Dramatic Budget Shortfall Mean for Angelenos?

From a drop in street improvements to a shrunken City Attorney's office, here's the visible impact the COVID crisis could have
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A Year After Her Untimely Death, Miyoshi Barosh’s Influence on the L.A. Art Scene Lives On

Three local galleries are honoring the groundbreaking artist and L.A. native with simultaneous exhibits
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Britney Spears ‘Strongly Opposes’ Allowing Her Father to Control Her Conservatorship

A hearing–and #FreeBritney protest–are scheduled for Wednesday

Stephen Miller, Architect of Trump’s Immigration Policy, Tests Positive for COVID-19

The Santa Monica High School graduate is reportedly one of 34 people in Trump's orbit who've tested positive
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Will a Pair of Beloved Jewish Summer Camps Rise from the Ashes of the Woolsey Fire?

Camp Hess Kramer and Gindling Hilltop Camp have a temporary home but the fate of their former site in Malibu remains unclear
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As Protests Rage in Chile, These Patchwork Pictures Are More Relevant than Ever

During a dark period in Chile's history, colorful hand-sewn pieces called arpilleras told stories of people's struggles
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3 New L.A. Restaurants to Try in February

A new pizza place at the Paramount in Boyle Heights, and more
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Elon Musk Has Quietly Been Buying Up an Entire Cul-de-Sac in Bel-Air for Years

The Tesla billionaire claims to be cash poor, but he sure is rich in L.A. real estate
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A Former Lawyer Ditched His Day Job to Serve Up Impeccable Ceviche in Silver Lake

At Ceviche Project, Octavio Olivas's colorful take on seafood comes to life
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Westwood Is the Most Expensive Neighborhood Outside Manhattan

It ranks fourth in the country for average monthly rent. The entire country.