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;…

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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.

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Homeschooling has long been common for religious families and those with aversions to public school, but the pandemic seems to have widened its appeal.

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The San Gabriel Mountains are the largest open public space in Los Angeles, but some of the range’s most popular spots are covered in piles of trash.

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Vanessa Anderson says grocery stores are “anthropological treasure troves” — which is why she’s trying to visit every single one in LA.

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The Anti-Dread Climate Podcast presents Episode 1 of “How We Survive”

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Last winter’s rains accelerated a slow landslide in Rancho Palos Verdes, leading to cracked homes and trail damage at a popular reserve. What will El Niño do?

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A composting program at The Wesley School helps the planet, with an added benefit: teaching kids to be hopeful about participating in climate action.

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TransparentSea Farm in Downey produces nearly 1 million shrimp a year. That’s great for some of LA’s top seafood restaurants, but how do the prawns feel?

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