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Coastal Counties Could See a Lot More Growth Under a New State Plan

New goals set by the Southern California Association of Governments would push L.A. to build 810,000 units by 2029
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An Outdoor Church in Skid Row Was Already Close to Broke—Then Someone Stole All of Its Equipment

A devastating theft wound up being a blessing in disguise for the Row Church Without Walls
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Remembering Beverly Hills’ Magical Public Library

The midcentury oasis for reading was replaced more than 25 years ago

CityDig: Angels (and Tigers) in the Outfield

While it may sound impossible (and sad), the history of baseball in the Los Angeles goes back even further than the voice of Vin Scully
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The Proposed Inglewood Clippers Arena Cleared One Legal Hurdle, but More Lie Ahead

A judge ruled against a community coalition this week, but several suits are still pending against the billion-dollar sports complex

Space Savers: Meet the People Fighting to See the Past in L.A.’s Future

Experts weigh in on how historic places in Los Angeles will look in 2020 and beyond
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Will Doing Away with Parking Minimums Be Good for DTLA?

The idea is to make development cheaper and encourage people to use greener modes of transport—but will that be the case?

Route Tracker: Where We Are With Bike-Sharing in Los Angeles

The largest private bike-sharing program in the country just launched in the Arts District. Los Angeles County’s public program is moving along, too

Above the Surface and Below, L.A. Is Still an Oil Town

The petroleum industry’s influence on L.A. is vast and has shaped life here in unexpected ways—here’s how

Quiz: Which L.A. Starchitect Is Your Style Soulmate?

Some have worked in L.A. before. Others are new to the city. Only one is your true artistic match