The Senate overwhelmingly passed a sweeping public lands bill. It would protect millions of acres and hundreds of miles of rivers; and establish four new national monuments, including one close to LA.
St. Francis Dam site in California to become a national monument
From this Episode:
Sweeping public lands bill brings good news for environmentalists
The Senate overwhelmingly passed a sweeping public lands bill. It’s big for California.
What’s the future of transportation in California?
Governor Gavin Newsom announced on Tuesday he’s scaling back high speed rail in California, effectively killing the dream of getting from LA to San Francisco in less than...
Koreans suing Japanese companies are dredging up an old and ugly dispute between the two countries
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Do international art fairs benefit LA -- or bring gentrification?
It’s a big week for art in Los Angeles. The city will be hosting six art fairs. There are local fairs, such as Art Los Angeles Contemporary , which will be celebrating its...