Forest Canopy

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  • Considering what we see - and don't see - when we look at Los Angeles. ... photographs with a forensic thoroughness. And there are several more collections and online communities that assemble and curate ...
  • ... comes from them. But how do they get those numbers, what do they mean, and how bad is it? One common misconception holds ... how many might be out of work (in blue). The pink line shows the official unemployment rate. For reference, the orange line ...
  • ... everybody prides themselves on being in the know. But what we don't know is killing us--our communal life, anyway. ... gave them reasons to stop trying. In my neighborhood there are smaller papers like the Wave and the Watts Times and the Sentinel. But ...
  • ... get on the Register either because it's really similar to what we found before." Thus, the project only merited on-site ... on-site would have to determine if the remnants they are finding have enough information to give. How big is it? What's it ...
  • Are the workers any closer to desired $15 an hour? ... in so many different cities is a key difference as well. What we 're seeing is the building of momentum for these workers. Occupy happened a ...
  • It's summer. Ladies are lunching and window-shopping. Limousines are lined up on Wilshire ... A chauffeur shoots the breeze with another driver of what seems to be a Packard. Double-parked for the moment is a 1935 DeSoto ... of a comfortable and casual urbanity than this trio? We run the risk, in being oblivious to our past, of imagining that Los ...
  • ... becomes a food historian in the first place, and what exactly that entails. So, I called Albala up and had a long chat about ... the aesthetics of eating practices. So, I'm both. Are most people both? Albala: There are not a whole lot of ...
  • ... Hearty barbecued steaks covered in slabs of bacon are considered masculine, while salad greens are considered feminine. But what's the link between foods considered masculine and what's considered ...
  • What would Larry Strauss rather be doing full-time instead of teaching at ... trying to save their school, what could be better? We did a peaceful protest on Imperial Highway, the sheriff's deputies ... and the rest is mostly Asian and white. Latino teachers are hard to come by at this school; they tend to teach elsewhere. The student ...
  • America wastes 31% of its food. There are some theories as to why this may be. ... food from the shelves and dump it all in. That's basically what America's doing to its food. Those are the findings from ... they gave us some extra fun ways to count how much food we waste: 141 trillion calories a year go in the trash! Or, 1,249 calories ...

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