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  • Dating is near impossible, marijuana is on the 2010 ballot, and people are getting out of here, fast. Your Golden State, ... excruciating period of time. But might there be something about Los Angeles, in particular, that is holding back all of our mingling ...
  • ... maniacal focus while working is fascinating. (I wrote about White previously here and here.)The Armory Center for the Arts in ... artists working today. In the documentary, Kentridge talks about his process for making his mesmerizing charcoal animations, in which he ...
  • ... multimedia series collaboration comes online soon. It's about Eagle Rock. Before TTLA talks tanks (and Eagle Rock) later today, here are a couple of links to a pair of past print stories about the northeast L.A. neighborhood. ...
  • ... And former Governor Gray Davis speaks from experience about why the next governor will have a much tougher time than he did. He also shares his feelings about Jerry and Meg and gives us his two cents on why California is so ...
  • "The Price of Power" was updated on July 8, 2010 . The City of Los Angeles has a $200 million-plus budget deficit.  ... Plus, writer Marcos Villatoro shares some thoughts about his electric bill. And, who doesn't love a train?  Especially one ...
  • ... struggling to keep house and home together, while worrying about the fate of their husbands in far-away war zones. Then correspondent ...
  • ... your living room? Finally, writer Marcos Villatoro tells about the pills he takes every day: three little pills that mean the ...
  • ... Patt Morrison argues that no matter how blasé we are about seeing a movie star, or a mass of film trucks parked in our ...
  • ... on government land, and no easy answers for what to do about it. The amazing Mr. Ayers was the subject of a series of columns by our ...
  • ... on government land, and no easy answers for what to do about it. The amazing Mr. Ayers was the subject of a series of columns by our ...

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