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  • With $5 gas, public transit's time has come. But some potential riders will find that the experience lacks an essential value.
  • ... wish to maintain significant privacy controls over their profile and presence. [scald=27788:kl_image_original_context] Facebook's ... overhaul of Facebook profiles and changes the way user behavior is reflected and shared across one's network, or social graph. ...
  • ... This week, the citizen Journalists from GlobalGirl Media profile exercise guru (and infomercial king) Tony Horton and get the skinny ...
  • The Society of Cinema and Arts, co founded by Bita Shafipour and Arash Kolahi, supports Iranian art and culture in Los Angeles, and beyond.
  • Diane Gamboa's photographs and commentary provide a window into the explosive energy of the East Los Angeles music scene of the early 1980s.
  • Welcome to Free Lunch, "Where You're the Reviewer." This week's installment of our web series takes us to Bánh Mì Mỹ-Tho, a tiny mom-and-pop convenience store/ take-out place in Alhambra that serves delicious-looking French sandwiches.

    According to Wikipedia, bánh mì is a Vietnamese baguette. The term literally means biscuit...

  • Overcoming life’s challenges is part of the shared human experience. But some people have not only overcome what seem like insurmountable challenges, they’ve turned those obstacles into a source of inspiration for all of us. We speak with those who can offer us all lessons on living life beyond limits. 

    Guests include Wes Moore, a youth advocate, entrepreneur, U.S....

  • In eliminating user fees on our public lands, the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals damaged the ... we'll pay a steep price for the court's elimination of user fees. The author of such standards as Southern California: A Day ... License   Despite these and other assorted benefits, user fees kicked off a heated debate. Hiking guru John McKinney was among ...
  • <p>In a move that could have ramifications in drought-stricken California, a group representing irrigators in the Columbia and Snake river basins want to use an obscure federal law to prevent new protection of the area's salmon and steelhead populations.</p>

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