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  • SoCal Focus is a blog about the people, places, and issues in and around Southern ...
  • On May 18, 1969, downtown L.A.'s Angels Flight Railway was dismantled as part of the city's Bunker Hill Redevelopment project.
  • In September 1968, the 40-story Union Bank Building opened as Los Angeles' first modern skyscraper, the first part of downtown L.A.'s growing skyline.
  • Since its launch in 2014 , the BioSCAN project has found undocumented biodiversity in SoCal backyards — and the new species just keep coming. ... stands for "Biodiversity Science: City And Nature." Watch SoCal Connected's segment on the first phase of BioSCAN. In addition to ...
  • ... Market in that city's pan-Asian Convoy District. Now, in 2014 , even more night market events are setting up in the Southland, with the ... 626's Hwang also intends to have a local community focus for their OC and DTLA night market events. "Each of our events are ...
  • With Focus on Europe, DW has developed a new program that adds a more personal ... weekly magazine which replaced European Journal in October 2014 provides audiences an inside perspective on the diversity of people, places, conflicts and coexistence that define Europe. Focus on Europe presents genuine stories about the lives of real people - ...
  • ... but for the Federal Aviation Administration, the focus is on safety. [scald=26729:kl_image_original_context ... paths. But for the Federal Aviation Administration, the focus is on safety, not noise. "The FAA does not regulate aircraft noise," ...
  • ... are not only a place of recreation but can also be the focus of political causes. The following posters come from the Center for the ...
  • Long before Sandy Koufax threw Dodger Stadium's first pitch, and even before the first residents moved into Chavez Ravine, there were the Elysian Hills. Raised up by tectonic forces, and carved into deep ravines by the ancient precursor of the Los Angeles River, these hills have meant many things to many people. They were a refuge from floods for the region's native Tongva Indians, and then a...

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