Morris Newman

California Planning and Development Report

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Architecture and design writer for the New York Times and other publications; Senior Editor for the California Planning and Development Report; Los Angeles correspondent for Progressive Architecture and Managing Editor of LA Architect

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The violence and rioting of 1992 were terrifying for the city. But for some people, they were also inspiring.

Inner City Arts and the Utopian Moment for Architects

The violence and rioting of 1992 were terrifying for the city. But for some people, they were also inspiring.

from Which Way, L.A.?

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Some UCLA faculty members have launched an initiative to place some Afghan scholars at UCLA. The plan will require raising $100,000 by September 30.

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As the pandemic continues to prevent crowds from going to the movies, Paramount decided to push the release dates of three upcoming films.

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