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Los Angeles is a year-round, non-stop sports city. The NFL is getting ready for training camp and the Dodgers’ bats are already in full swing. Drive South to Anaheim and…

Are there enough LA soccer fans to support 2 professional teams?

Los Angeles is a year-round, non-stop sports city. The NFL is getting ready for training camp and the Dodgers’ bats are already in full swing. Drive South to Anaheim and…

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I think the empowerment of ourselves and the sharing with each other and connecting to each other, that’s a greater statement to an incoming administration that would rather us be…

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Proposition 64, the measure to legalize recreational pot, is one of the most complicated measures on the ballot. Taking up 62 pages in the voter guide and coming in at over…

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Proposition 64, the measure to legalize recreational pot, is one of the most complicated measures on the ballot. Taking up 62 pages in the voter guide and coming in at over…

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