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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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    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.
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    Kiva is a nonprofit organization dedicated to connecting small business owners and entrepreneurs with the tools needed to grow their businesses.
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    Take a road trip to one of the most unique and historic landmarks along Route 66, just south of Barstow.
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    Since the 1940s, the family-owned and run Colby Poster Printing Company has printed vibrant and eye-popping show posters and billboards visible on street corners, cross walks, and major venues.
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    Reporter Derrick Shore goes to a Mexican restaurant and tries their cricket tacos and visits the Rainbow Mealworms farm in Compton where billions of worms and other insects are raised and shipped out to feed mainly reptiles, but more recently humans.