Daniel Miller

business reporter, Los Angeles Times

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Staff writer for the Los Angeles Times; former staff writer for the Hollywood Reporter

Daniel Miller on KCRW

California’s recent storms have damaged hundreds, if not thousands, of cars. Many of them could end up for sale again, and sometimes the damage is not obvious.

Buyer beware: Used car for sale might’ve been in a flood

California’s recent storms have damaged hundreds, if not thousands, of cars. Many of them could end up for sale again, and sometimes the damage is not obvious.

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The exclusive Magic Castle sits perched on a hill overlooking Hollywood.

The Magic Castle is marred by allegations of racism and sexual misconduct

The exclusive Magic Castle sits perched on a hill overlooking Hollywood.

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The Los Angeles Times has been at headquartered at the art deco downtown building since 1935. Now it’s moving to an office park in El Segundo.

Picasso lithographs mysteriously disappear from LA Times headquarters

The Los Angeles Times has been at headquartered at the art deco downtown building since 1935. Now it’s moving to an office park in El Segundo.

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