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The History of Those Beautiful Jacaranda Trees in Bloom Around L.A.

How one pioneering woman brought trees with vibrant purple flowers to California’s landscape
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The Wing Is Finally Open in L.A.—Here’s What You Need to Know

The woman-centric coworking space debuts in WeHo—and it sure is pretty

L.A.’s Exotic Dancers Are Launching a Labor Movement

A California Supreme Court decision changed their classification; now exotic dancers are ready to unionize
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What Do Recent Abortion Bans Mean for California?

Missouri, Georgia, and Alabama have all moved to outlaw abortions
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Coachella Is Launching a New Program to Combat Harassment at the Fest

After "rampant" sexual harassment was reported last year, the fest is setting up safe spaces and roving patrols

Tomasa del Real Is Taking Neoperreo from the L.A. Underground to Coachella

Coachella’s about to learn about a new form of reggaetón
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Cult Icon Elvira Is the 1980s Feminist Hero We Need Right Now

After 30 years, Cassandra Peterson looks back at "Elvira, Mistress of the Dark"
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The Women Behind Cumbiatón L.A. Turned a Dance Night Into a Safe Space

The undocumented, queer POCs, and even some grandmas are finding community on the dance floor
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The New Beverly Is Celebrating Female-Directed Films in May (and Hopefully, You Know, Forever)

The program shows the diversity of women-made films, from the 1920s to today