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Tuition at University of California Schools Is Going Up

A plan approved by the UC Board of Regents increases tuition and fees for incoming classes at a time when many say students can't handle the burden
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Some of the Best Things to Do in L.A. This Weekend

Sunday Sessions in Grand Park, comedy at the Wiltern, and more
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What to Stream This Weekend: Sexy Beasts, Schmigadoon!, and More

A roundup of the best movies and shows available right in your living room
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COVID Closures and Cancelations Feel Like a Flashback to 2020

Restaurants shuttering. Parties canceled. Our vaxxed and relaxed summer isn't shaping up quite the way anyone hoped it would
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As COVID Explodes Among the Unvaccinated, the Unhoused Are Being Left Behind

With a vaccination rate that lags more than 20 percent behind the rest of the population, the county's homeless residents could be on a crash course with disaster as the Delta variant wreaks havoc
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The Rise of the Neighborhood Market

The pandemic may have pushed the bulk of our buying online, but communities across the city are embracing a spate of newly opened independent markets
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Does McDonald’s Shoot All Its TV Ads in a Defunct L.A. Restaurant?

Readers Ask Chris about Pacific Park, cemeteries, and more
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A Shuttered Arts District Vinyl Bar Reemerges for a Summer Residency in Hollywood

In Sheep's Clothing is hosting a series of cool listening parties at NeueHouse Hollywood