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Patt Morrison: P-22, P-41, and the future of L.A.'s mountain lions

Los Angeles Times — Another problem with L.A. freeways: Mountain lions can’t easily cross them

They started life as city boys. In Washington, Seth Riley grew up interested in snakes, and in Chicago, Jeff Sikich sometimes went fishing with his grandfather. 124 more words

Wildlife

buy all the books pt1

This weekend was the 20th annual LA Times Festival of Books. Having attended the past few years, there was no way I could say no to this year.  371 more words

Saluting A Hero: A Black Tea Party Group Founder

It’s easy to just give up on a community when so many members of that community are toxic.  But as Christians, and as people who want to avoid the depths of cynicism and pessimism, we just don’t have that option. 2,518 more words

Politics

The Translator

LA Times’ writer Patt Morrison published a terrific interview, “Al Jazeera’s U.S. Translator,” with Abderrahim Foukara, Al Jazeera’s bureau chief in Washington.  Foukara is one of the best minds we have today in global journalism.  99 more words

Global Media

CES Featured on KPCC’s Patt Morrison’s Radio Show



CES Featured on KPCC’s Patt Morrison’s Radio Show

On March 5, 2012, CES Executive Director Larry Gross was featured on KPCC’s Patt Morrison’s radio show discussing the reasons why while the housing market has plummeted rents continue to soar. 9 more words

Coalition For Economic Survival

Feminine Charm

2-21-12          Feminine Charm

Singer / Songwriter Nina Simone born 1933, Singer / Songwriter Mary Chapin Carpenter born 1958; I own records by neither, but R&B wins. 462 more words

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