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Narda Zacchino

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Senior fellow at the USC Annenberg Center on Communication Leadership & Policy; co-founder of Time Capsule Press; former deputy editor at the San Francisco Chronicle; 30-year veteran of the Los Angeles Times, she launched the Los Angeles Times Festival of Books; wife of Robert Scheer

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The new book California Comeback looks at the state's economic turnaround since the Great Recession.

The California comeback

The new book California Comeback looks at the state's economic turnaround since the Great Recession.

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The  Los Angeles Times Sunday Book Review  is one of just six stand-alone book sections still published in the United States.  The Wall Street Journal says  that number will shrink to…

Is the LA Times Book Review Biting the Dust?

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