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This weekend would have been jazz musician and spiritual leader Alice Coltrane’s 86th birthday. Her family celebrates and remembers her legacy.

Alice Coltrane’s family members reflect on her impact today

This weekend would have been jazz musician and spiritual leader Alice Coltrane’s 86th birthday. Her family celebrates and remembers her legacy.

from Greater LA

Pico Boulevard is home to dozens of Oaxacan businesses. Now, less than a year after an LA City Councilmember disparaged Oaxacans, locals want city recognition.

Will LA’s Oaxacan community get neighborhood recognition?

Pico Boulevard is home to dozens of Oaxacan businesses. Now, less than a year after an LA City Councilmember disparaged Oaxacans, locals want city recognition.

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Many of Hollywood’s behind-the-scenes crew members support actors and writers striking, but they feel left out of the conversation as they’re struggling financially.

Hollywood’s below-the-line workers: Not striking, still financially hurting

Many of Hollywood’s behind-the-scenes crew members support actors and writers striking, but they feel left out of the conversation as they’re struggling financially.

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