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  • ... Mist West also disavows the role of gesture, writing, "I'm more concerned with the actions of social groupings than with the ... Contemporary Arts Forum, is a third iteration (earlier shows took place in 1988 and 1996), and allows visitors to view homes ...
  • ... Unger gives us his take on the fur ban in the City of West Hollywood. ...
  • ... that the earth is a complex system that regulates itself. "I am interested in exploring these interconnected systems, which keep our ...
  • ... media artists have work screening or on view this week in shows across the city, from historic highlights to brand new efforts. ... Fog), and Bertana's trilogy: Mary Koszmary (Nightmares); Mur i WieË?za (Wall and Tower); and Zamach (Assassination). Friday, February ...
  • ... yell out "last call!" right around 1:30 in the morning. And I, for one, couldn't be happier about that. (At least, as far as L.A. goes. ... inside to surf the Internet or obsessively watch TV shows about dragons, there are few better ways to meet new people, be ...
  • ... explores the bizarre and punitive world of parking in West Hollywood. And finally, humorist Brian Unger has a few thoughts about ...
  • ... by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration shows how bright lights in the city at night prevent an important molecule ...
  • SoCal Connected anchor Val Zavala hosts a panel to provide commentary and analysis of President Obama's second State of the Union address and the Republican response that follows. Val is joined by Patt Morrison, Los Angeles Times columnist and KPCC radio host; Larry Elder, host of 790-KABC radio's The Larry Elder Show; and SoCal Connected correspondent Brian...

  • ... guard she's buttonholed who nods between his "yes ma' am "s. McCollister's eyes finally pause on a man with a dramatic flounce of ... right -- the moment. "That one has a story," he says. "If I wait long enough I'll find him ... snaps once and then again. He keeps going. Finally, he shows me the image on the camera's screen, and I see what he sees: not simply ...
  • It's a show full of investigations. First, for the latest installment of our on-going series, "Show Me the Money," we spent six months reviewing documents for the Housing Authority of the City of Los Angeles. Housing chief Rudolf "Rudy" Montiel may be out, but the story doesn't end there. Correspondent Laurel Erickson details how Montiel (and possibly others) have been misspending taxpayer...

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