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Monica Luhar
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Monica Luhar is an assistant web producer for KCET's "SoCal Connected." Her work has been featured in Southern California Public Radio, NBC Asian America, India-West, among other hyperlocal, weekly, and national outlets. She holds a bachelor's degree in literary journalism from the University of California, Irvine.
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    In 2002, the city of Los Angeles placed a moratorium banning murals on private property. As a result of the ban, murals became illegal in Los Angeles. Many up and coming artists were forced to take down their murals, or have their artwork painted over.
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    Spurred by a bet, Natural History Museum curator Brian Brown went on a mission to uncover new species of bugs in the comfort of his colleague's own backyard.
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    A group of "unauthorized horticulturists" come out at night with the hopes of transforming patches of neglected land into beautiful green gardens filled with rows of cacti, flowers, and plants.
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    Out in the middle of nowhere, you'll spot a collection of small, abandoned structures dispersed in an area known as the Morongo Basin, near Twentynine Palms in Wonder Valley.
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    California birth certificates could be getting a minor makeover after a bill pushing for the recognition of same-sex couples on birth certificates passed the Assembly earlier this week.
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    Have you ever parked your car in Los Angeles only to return to a hefty fine placed on your windshield?
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    Material culture has become a staple for Americans so it's no surprise that an abundance of toys, DVDs, and piles of unfinished laundry on the floor are enough to create clutter in an average middle-class home.
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    At first glance, they might look like mimes traveling along the LA River and Venice. They look like they're from a different era, away from the world of urbanization.
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    Tour a 150-foot solar tower overlooking Los Angeles at Mount Wilson Observatory, a facility dedicated to the continued study of astronomy and solar observations.
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    Blue whales are the largest and most beautiful creatures to inhabit the ocean. But in recent years, these marine mammals have been spotted closer to shore, putting them at a higher risk for deadly container ship collisions in Southern California.