Jim Rosenfield

Brentwood based developer, mentor for Big Brother

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Brentwood based developer, mentor for Big Brother

Jim Rosenfield on KCRW

Statistically speaking,   gang-related killings are down this year in LA. But as   LA Times   columnist Steve Lopez points out,   “it doesn’t feel like that.”

Why Don’t Angelenos Care About Gangs?

Statistically speaking, gang-related killings are down this year in LA. But as LA Times columnist Steve Lopez points out, “it doesn’t feel like that.”

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