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This model relies on training volunteers and coordinating with local agencies.

Malibu’s ‘community brigades’: A new model for fighting wildfires?

This model relies on training volunteers and coordinating with local agencies.

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About three years ago, there were hardly any hydrofoilers in Southern California, but today there are likely hundreds. Still, hydrofoiling isn’t for everyone.

Hydrofoiling takes Southern California surfers to new heights

About three years ago, there were hardly any hydrofoilers in Southern California, but today there are likely hundreds. Still, hydrofoiling isn’t for everyone.

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Americans are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness . A coliving project in Hollywood was designed to remedy it. Then came a pandemic.

In an age of loneliness, Treehouse offers community that’s carefully curated and designed

Americans are experiencing an epidemic of loneliness . A coliving project in Hollywood was designed to remedy it. Then came a pandemic.

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