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Lynell George

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Los Angeles-based journalist/essayist, and longtime staff writer for both the Los Angeles Times and L.A. Weekly. She covers arts, culture, identity politics, and L.A. history.  She teaches writing and journalism at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

Lynell George on KCRW

For some time now, I’ve been thinking and talking about Los Angeles in the past tense. Not in a nostalgic way—rather, my memory of place had become an overlay, filtering…

Photos: Unearthing L.A.’s improvised past

For some time now, I’ve been thinking and talking about Los Angeles in the past tense. Not in a nostalgic way—rather, my memory of place had become an overlay, filtering…

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In the fourth "Iconic Wilshire Boulevard" story for cicLAvia and Pacific Time Standard Presents: Modern Architecture in LA, Lynell George talks to producer Edward Lifson about the…

Lynell George on Wilshire Boulevard

In the fourth "Iconic Wilshire Boulevard" story for cicLAvia and Pacific Time Standard Presents: Modern Architecture in LA, Lynell George talks to producer Edward Lifson about the…

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