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Los Angeles Times Building; Time Runs Out, Even for Icons

I moved to Los Angeles 25 years ago. I became not just a city dweller, but a resident in the 17th largest metropolitan area in the world. 784 more words


Another part of the world where I need to use a VPN

I spent last week in London with my family–yes, actual vacation-esque time! It was great, except for when I was trying to keep up with news from back home. 347 more words


Asia Argento Defended From Bullying On Anthony Bourdain Suicide In Open Letter

An open letter signed by more than 40 people, most of them female celebrities but including male actor and abuse victim Terry Crews, has called on the public to stop blaming actress Asia Argento for the suicide of celebrity chef Anthony Bourdain. 335 more words

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On European Dogs

In the sense of the effect that they had on canines already living in the Americas.

I am taking the liberty, hopefully without getting my wrist slapped, of republishing a recent article that… 871 more words


Tramway to the Stars? Studio Proposes Skyway to Hollywood Sign

The famed Hollywood sign, worldwide symbol of Los Angeles, could be easier to reach if a proposal for a mile-long aerial tramway up the mountains gets the go-ahead. 235 more words

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Los Angeles Times Publishes Op-Ed by Jennifer Koh on Deportations and Due Process

Professor Jennifer Koh has published an op-ed in the Los Angeles Times, which discusses the rise of deportations without court hearings.  She co-authored with Professor Shoba Sivaprasad Wadhia, law professor at Penn State Dickinson School of Law.  118 more words

Take It on Faith: The Centennial of Aimee Semple McPherson's Arrival to the City of Angels

by Paul R. Spitzzeri

In yesterday’s Los Angeles Times, writer Gary Krist penned a very interesting essay in the Op-Ed section titled “Sister Salvation” commemorating the centennial of the arrival of evangelist Aimee Semple McPherson in Los Angeles.  1,147 more words

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