Future of Cities

“Everybody at Some Point Figures Out L.A. Is Where They Should Live”

Moby, David Ryu, Casey Wasserman and others weighed in on Los Angeles at “Future of Cities: Leading in L.A.” last night
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In the Wake of a Blue Wave, Can Women’s March L.A. Keep Up Its Momentum?

The annual demonstration returns to Downtown L.A. with a fresh mission this January
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A Movement to Get Black Voters to #WalkAway from the Democratic Party Comes to L.A.

Isaiah Washington, Jesse Lee Peterson, and others joined founder Brandon Straka for a sparsely attended documentary screening in downtown L.A.

New Attacks Ads Are the Latest Salvo in a Battle Between a Local Union and the Mayor

The union that reps most DWP workers is going after Eric Garcetti's plan to close a trio of power plants
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Democrats Continue to Devour Themselves with This Wine Cave Debate Debacle

Barack Obama has warned against political "purity tests," but the candidates don't seem to be listening
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In the ’80s, Marianne Williamson Taught a “Course in Miracles” in Los Feliz

A look back at the presidential candidate’s search for the divine at Manly P. Hall's Philosophical Research Society
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City Council Vote Makes Gun Ownership Less Rambo, More Yosemite Sam

New gun control measures follow the city’s efforts to lead on national issues like immigration reform and the minimum wage
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To Relieve Statewide Depression, California Plans to Name a Freeway After Obama

The former president is getting a pretty good one

The Wage Warrior

Politicians fear her, unions revere her, and the entire state has felt the impact of her actions. How did labor leader Maria Elena Durazo become so powerful?