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Controversial California Housing Bill SB 50 Is Back—with Some Big Changes

A new version of pro-development SB 50 gives more control to local municipalities, but many critics remain skeptical of its effects

CityDig: How Baxter Became One of L.A.’s Steepest Streets

From Dead Man’s Curve on Sunset to the impossibly short on-ramps of the Arroyo Seco Parkway, Los Angeles roadways offer many opportunities for white-knuckled motoring. But perhaps none is as terrifying—or as thrill-inducing—as Baxter Street.
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A First Look at the Clippers’ New Inglewood Arena

The 26-acre complex is scheduled to open in 2024—but not everyone's looking forward to it

CityDig: L.A.’s Oldest Palm Tree

The fan palm guarding Exposition Park’s Figueroa Street entrance is a survivor of three replantings and a witness to more than 150 years of Los Angeles history. This is its story
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The New Petersen Automotive Museum Is Getting Ready to Roll

More than just a souped-up version of its former self, the Petersen is adding velocity to the Miracle Mile
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How UCLA Students Fought for—and Won—the Right to Shape Westwood’s Future

Long alienated from the neighborhood advisory process, students and allies have affordable housing in their sights

The Academy Museum Is Restoring This 1939 Mid-Wilshire Landmark

Here's what's happening at Wilshire and Fairfax
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Hop Louie Is Coming Back to Life in Chinatown

Closed since 2016, the iconic Chinese dive is being revived by a pair of investors
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Take a Peek at Frank Gehry’s New DTLA Tower

The Grand has officially broken ground
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Here’s a Map of All the HHH-Funded Housing Projects Slated to Open This Year

The $1.2 billion bond measure got off to a slow start, but 15 projects are set to be completed in 2020