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So, today's the big day....
The great majority of think tank-centric media coverage of the period between election day and noon's scheduled inauguration has focused on transition co-director John Podesta, president of the Washington, D.C. based Center for American Progress
As anyone here in town has noticed just how less crowded traffic who has been the past few days might infer, this week the District is full of Angelinos.
And Los Angeles was of course well-represented during the campaign. Take E. Richard Brown, for example. He's the founder and director of the UCLA Center for Health Policy Research, the institution behind the remarkable, comprehensive California Health Interview Survey (CHIS). Independent of his UCLA gig, Brown was also health policy advisor to the Obama campaign.
TTLA sat down with Brown on the day before the election, to talk think tanks, CHIS, and just a bit about politics. More from that conversation -- as well as discussions with other UCLA Health Policy experts -- will come to this space during the coming months.
Today, enjoy this most American of moments.
Take a moment to bask in the joy of Voices of Creation's sound in this special Grand Performances presentation filmed at Los Angeles' historic Heritage Square Museum, inside the rustic Lincoln Avenue Methodist Church, originally built in 1897.
The pandemic has shuttered many of the usual venues where artists gather to exhibit and connect with one another. Columnist Anuradha Vikram talks to artists who are organizing opportunities for artists to share their work outdoors.
Anna Spain Bradley, UCLA's new vice chancellor for equity, diversity and inclusion, says it's imperative that we sit down and have conversations with people we disagree with.
Citing rising coronavirus hospitalizations and deaths over the past month, Gov. Gavin Newsom today announced plans for a “regional stay-at-home order” that will be implemented in areas running low on ICU beds and force some businesses closures.
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