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  • There are news aggregators, but is there one for social causes? Yes there is, ... that void. [scald=23022:kl_image_original_context] Most news aggregators harvest the internet for topics you are interested in, and ... For instance, if a person is inspired to act by reading a news story, we think that the faster and easier we can make it for that ...
  • ... drawing on KCET's extensive archive of Southern California news , culture and public affairs, we'll seek to inform current events by ...
  • ... Mountain, butterflies went head-to-head with bulldozers. Forty years later the battle still rages. ... its way from the icy northern seas to the Antarctic (and back again), a round trip of nearly 45,000 miles; or the Gray whale, which ... the northern end of the Santa Cruz range: some were beaten back , others finessed, and still others generated compromises that continue ...
  • ... adventures await!) passed away this past June at 91, is back in the news again, which is definitely a good thing because the author of, most ...
  • ... to come," says Arenson, who lives in Los Angeles. He has news on a Sheets mosaic. By Adam Arenson   This month, for the first time ...
  • ... persons." A UCLA press release about the report leads with news that 2.2 Californians carry medical-related debt -- with nearly 2/3 of ...
  • ... regarding, yes, alleys. For more information about the Back Alley LA Project, organized by USC's Center for Sustainable Cities, take ...
  • <p>There is little question that Proposition O, which passed in 2004, has gone a long way toward changing a city's perspective on dealing with its water crisis -- but it didn't do so without some initial bumps.</p>
  • ... and a half feet — by 2100. As it turns out, that recent news might already be obsolete, and far too optimistic. In a presentation at ...
  • ... U.S., across nearly all categories. This is certainly good news if you're at all concerned about the health of the country. As the piece ...

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