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USC, UCLA women’s hoops teams in NCAA tournament: What to expect?Sports
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LA homeless services authority gets new chief. What to expect?Homelessness
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Put on your cowboy boots: Stud Country is LA’s queer-friendly line dancing partyLos Angeles
Every Monday at Club Bahia, Angelenos of all genders, sexualities, and dancing abilities are carrying on a legacy of queer line dancing that caters to ex-pats and natives alike.
Op-ed: Why you can’t terminate Schwarzenegger’s legacyCalifornia
Political power is fleeting, but ballot initiatives in California can last forever if their champions continue to fight for them.