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Framing the future of L.A. art

Framing the future of L.A. art

It’s been dubbed L.A.’s living room, and the coming transformation of the Los Angeles County Museum of Art promises that, artistically speaking, we’ll be living… [Read more]
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Economy

We’re back in the black

We’re back in the black

While expressing concerns about the endurance of the rebounding economy, Los Angeles County’s chief executive has unveiled a proposed budget that confronts some of the… [Read more]
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Environment

Progress is in the bag at the beach

Progress is in the bag at the beach

A wedding gown, a polar bear suit, even a fake human skull — volunteers have turned up all sorts of discarded items on Coastal Cleanup… [Read more]
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Health

Learning lessons in healthcare

Learning lessons in healthcare

For years, teachers at Sun Valley Middle School used a 1.8-acre dirt expanse on campus to teach students the finer points of horticulture. But when… [Read more]
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Public Safety

D.A. sees new day for mentally ill

D.A. sees new day for mentally ill

When Jackie Lacey won election as district attorney in 2012, no one expected the county’s chief prosecutor to become a crusader for taking people out… [Read more]
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Social Services

Heroism forged in pain

Heroism forged in pain

Ambyr Rose descended from generations of drug-addicted mothers whose children ended up in the foster care system. She, however, overcame that legacy of abuse and… [Read more]
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Transportation

Valley-Westside express bus is a go

Valley-Westside express bus is a go

Taking advantage of those brand-new 405 carpool lanes, Metro later this year will launch an express bus through the Sepulveda Pass, offering transit riders on… [Read more]
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