Jon Healey

Los Angeles Times

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Member of the Editorial Board of the Los Angeles Times, he writes for the Times' Opinion LA blog

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One consequence of Internet technology is what's called the "shared economy."

Airbnb and the 'Sharing Economy'

One consequence of Internet technology is what's called the "shared economy."

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All Los Angeles City Libraries are now closed two days a week. It's the first time in 140 years that not even one library is open everyday.

LA to Vote on Measure L: Who Hates Libraries?

All Los Angeles City Libraries are now closed two days a week. It's the first time in 140 years that not even one library is open everyday.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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