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Keep It Under Your Hat: The Perceived Threat of Black Hair

Keep It Under Your Hat: The Perceived Threat of Black Hair

The TSA has agreed to no longer single out black hair for security searches at airports. I guess some progress on racial profiling is better than none.
Assembly Bill Seeks Revitalization Plan for Lower L.A. River

Assembly Bill Seeks Revitalization Plan for Lower L.A. River

Revitalization work on the Lower L.A. River near Long Beach has lagged behind the Upper River areas in the Valley and around Downtown.
How Can We Improve the Jogging Path Around Whittier Narrows' Legg Lake?

How Can We Improve the Jogging Path Around Whittier Narrows' Legg Lake?

The student group's goal is to create and install a series of ½ mile markers around Legg Lake walking and running nature path at the Whittier Narrows Area and Park.
Re-Reading LA: 'Billion Dollar Blackjack' from 1954

Re-Reading LA: 'Billion Dollar Blackjack' from 1954

The reason for the "otherness" of Los Angeles has been named differently in different seasons, but all the interpreters of our re-read city have actually been trying to identify it ...
L.A. River Recreation Season Extended to October This Year

L.A. River Recreation Season Extended to October This Year

This year the L.A. River Recreation Zone will be open from May 25 until Octorber, at Sepulveda Basin and Glendale Narrows.
From Small Farming to Urban Agriculture: El Monte and Subsistence Homesteading

From Small Farming to Urban Agriculture: El Monte and Subsistence Homesteading

Subsistence Homesteading project in El Monte and San Fernando gave select families the opportunity to supplement their income during the Great Depression with food they grew themse ...
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