Ethan Ward

Writer for Crosstown

Writer for Crosstown

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There’s been a lot of talk about systemic racism in recent weeks. Some of those problems are gradually being addressed and fixed, while others have gotten worse.

Why Black Angelenos have been making up more pot-related arrests

There’s been a lot of talk about systemic racism in recent weeks. Some of those problems are gradually being addressed and fixed, while others have gotten worse.

from Greater LA

You may be afraid of flying, public speaking or the coronavirus, but one of the most dangerous things you can do is get into your car every day.

Where is LA’s most dangerous intersection?

You may be afraid of flying, public speaking or the coronavirus, but one of the most dangerous things you can do is get into your car every day.

from Greater LA

There’s been a longtime debate about whether men or women are better drivers. Or maybe you can frame it this way: Who is the safer driver? The kinder driver?

Do men or women cause more car collisions, and why?

There’s been a longtime debate about whether men or women are better drivers. Or maybe you can frame it this way: Who is the safer driver? The kinder driver?

from Greater LA

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