Julian Do

Southern California Director, New America Media

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Southern California Director for New America Media, a national association of ethnic media, and project director for LA Beez, a web portal for hyperlocal news about ethnic communities in Los Angeles, California

Julian Do on KCRW

The Santa Monica Outlook closed ten years ago after serving the city for a hundred years.

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The Santa Monica Outlook closed ten years ago after serving the city for a hundred years.

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