Brian Feinzimer

KCRW Staff

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Lakers fans poured into the streets of Downtown LA around the Staples Center Sunday evening to celebrate the team’s 17th NBA Championship winning over the Miami Heat.

PHOTOS: Angelenos celebrate in the street after Lakers' victory

Lakers fans poured into the streets of Downtown LA around the Staples Center Sunday evening to celebrate the team’s 17th NBA Championship winning over the Miami Heat.

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It’s been a year since millions of Americans took to the streets during the Women’s March of 2017. The streets were filled with ‘pussy hats and signs advocating for women’s…

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Among the massive crowds filling Washington DC Saturday were many women from California, who had crossed the country with friends and relatives to show their opposition to President…

California represents at the March on Washington

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