Ruxandra Guidi

multimedia journalist and contributor to High Country News

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LA’s favorite cougar, P-22, has risen to fame over the last decade or so. Miguel Ordeñana first caught him on camera roaming Griffith Park in 2012.

P-22 gained LA fame thanks to biologist who discovered him

LA’s favorite cougar, P-22, has risen to fame over the last decade or so. Miguel Ordeñana first caught him on camera roaming Griffith Park in 2012.

from Greater LA

Listen to the story Read the story There’s a one-story brick building off of Central Avenue, in the heart of industrial South LA. It has no sign at the entrance;…

He lost his job when American Apparel closed, but this 73-year-old is still working

Listen to the story Read the story There’s a one-story brick building off of Central Avenue, in the heart of industrial South LA. It has no sign at the entrance;…

from Arts & Culture Stories

She’s not the teacher, but when 70-year-old Joann Priestly shows up at this preschool, she is well-prepared for each lesson.

Preschoolers gain skills and elders find a ‘sense of purpose’

She’s not the teacher, but when 70-year-old Joann Priestly shows up at this preschool, she is well-prepared for each lesson.

from Arts & Culture Stories

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Dog psychologist Clive Wynne says the secret of dogs’ success in the human world is their immense hearts and capacity to forge an emotional bond with people.

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Animal rights activists claim Griffith Park Pony Rides, a 74-year-old equestrian center, mistreats its young horses.

from KCRW Features

The world’s only flying deep-space telescope zigzags over the Pacific, taking images from a hole in the side of the plane. The program is set to end this fall.

from Greater LA

The 5,000-square-foot Hollyhock House in East Hollywood was renovated during COVID, and on August 18, it’ll reopen to the public.

from Greater LA

Cinespia founder John Wyatt reflects on the 20-year history of the summer movie screening series famously held at Hollywood Forever Cemetery.

from KCRW Features

There are two ways to survive California’s drought: Conserve water or innovate to create more usable water. Santa Monica and Avalon are trying to do both.

from Greater LA

The Supreme Court’s decision to limit federal environmental protection rules will have little-to-no effect on California’s carbon-reduction policies, according to experts — and state…

from News Stories

A stalled U.S. Forest Service project could have protected Grizzly Flats, California, from Caldor Fire destruction.

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Satellite imagery can show whether households are complying with watering rules during the drought. One Ventura County science teacher is ready to hold people accountable.

from Greater LA