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    It is easy to feel overwhelmed by the massive tragedy of Haiti; when something of that magnitude strikes, we are unsure of what we can offer besides a check. Well, there is a lot we can offer. For weeks now, Crisis Camps have been popping up internationally: all-day events that bring together smart activist types who design, organize, and collaborate on technology projects aimed to help relief efforts in Haiti.
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    Do-gooding is in vogue right now. So be fashionably altruistic this weekend at the How Can You Help in 2010? fair. The event brings together 50 local non-profits, from Guerrilla Gardeners to Bicycle Coalitions, for you to focus your do-good energy on.
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    Don't miss a minute of Huell as he criss-crosses this fine state of ours. This week he jumps in William Randolph Hearst's Neptune Pool, eats lunch among the redwoods at the historic Clifton's Cafeteria, and ventures north to the out-of-commission Alameda Naval Air Station.
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    A national campaign  to donate jeans to homeless teens.
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    If you're interested in the state of Los Angeles' public space, you have plenty of options.

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    There are plenty of ways to help your fellow Angelenos with housing issues.
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    It is easy to feel overwhelmed by the massive tragedy of Haiti; when something of that magnitude strikes, we are unsure of what we can offer besides a check. Well, there is a lot we can offer. For weeks now, Crisis Camps have been popping up internationally: all-day events that bring together smart activist types who design, organize, and collaborate on technology projects aimed to help relief efforts in Haiti.
  • Entry
    Do-gooding is in vogue right now. So be fashionably altruistic this weekend at the How Can You Help in 2010? fair. The event brings together 50 local non-profits, from Guerrilla Gardeners to Bicycle Coalitions, for you to focus your do-good energy on.
  • Entry
    Don't miss a minute of Huell as he criss-crosses this fine state of ours. This week he jumps in William Randolph Hearst's Neptune Pool, eats lunch among the redwoods at the historic Clifton's Cafeteria, and ventures north to the out-of-commission Alameda Naval Air Station.
  • Entry
    A national campaign  to donate jeans to homeless teens.
  • Entry
    If you're interested in the state of Los Angeles' public space, you have plenty of options.

  • Entry
    There are plenty of ways to help your fellow Angelenos with housing issues.