Jenna Chandler

Curbed LA

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Chances are there’s no infinity pool, champagne room, or crystal aquarium in your future home. It’s hard enough to pay the average rent in LA.

What can $1,000 a month get you in LA? Not much

Chances are there’s no infinity pool, champagne room, or crystal aquarium in your future home. It’s hard enough to pay the average rent in LA.

from Greater LA

LA will host the Olympic Games in 2028. It hosted the games back in 1984.

How LA cleared homeless people off the streets for the '84 Olympics

LA will host the Olympic Games in 2028. It hosted the games back in 1984.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Last night at Santa Monica College — where this radio station is located -- about 100 protesters crowded a hallway outside a meeting of the Board of Trustees.

Protesters Pepper Sprayed at Santa Monica College

Last night at Santa Monica College — where this radio station is located -- about 100 protesters crowded a hallway outside a meeting of the Board of Trustees.

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The earth is getting a break while we all stay out of planes, trains, and automobiles to hunker down at home. If we can do this for a pandemic, why not for climate change?

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Angelenos who lost jobs due to COVID-19 are worrying about making rent payments. Meanwhile, landlords have to cover mortgages, property taxes, and garbage bills.

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One frequent issue for people experiencing homelessness is hygiene -- how to keep clean when you don’t have ready access to running water, soap, a shower, clean clothes.

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Homelessness is up in Los Angeles County for the third time in four years, a result of an ever-growing number of people falling out of the housing market. The number has grown despite…

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During the COVID-19 pandemic, many people are still living on the streets in close quarters.

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A group of unhoused and housing insecure people have moved into homes in El Sereno owned by the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans).

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