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.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Some LA seniors are turning to co-living to deal with rising housing costs.

from KCRW Features

Employing what it calls “fractional ownership” for second homes, real estate startup Pacaso has left communities scrambling to regulate its model.

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When the last commercial orange grove in LA went up for sale, neighbors tried to prevent it from becoming housing. Three years later, most of the trees will be razed.

from Greater LA

Mayoral candidate and LA City Councilman Kevin de León talks about providing new homeless shelters in every council district, creating a separate public health department for the City…

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Kick off election season in LA County with a roundtable discussion about the biggest races, what’s at stake, and what to watch in the June 7 primary.

from Greater LA

“ CARE Court ” aims to help Californians with mental health and addiction disorders, but civil liberty activists question its effectiveness and legality.

from Greater LA

California Congresswoman Karen Bass talks about her plan to house 15,000 homeless Angelenos, and why LA needs a nonviolent approach to alleviate crime.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Santa Monica bulldozed homes to build the I-10 freeway in the 1960s. Now it’s offering displaced families or their descendants affordable rent as reparations.

from Greater LA

Greater LA’s special series closely looks at changing neighborhoods across Southern California. Episode two of “Born & Razed” focuses on Oxnard.

from Greater LA