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Loquat trees seem to be everywhere in SoCal this season. Eat the egg-shaped, apricot-colored fruits fresh off trees, or use them to make jams, syrups, chutney, and more.
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Families of terrorist attack victims sued Twitter and Google for allowing ISIS to use their platforms. But the Supreme Court sided with tech companies.
Dodgers’ fiasco over Pride Night, Norway’s EV lessons for CaliforniaNews
The Dodgers reinvited the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence to their Pride Night celebration, after disinviting them over conservative backlash.
Will LA see more ‘social housing?’Housing & Development
California and LA are seeing major pushes for “social housing,” which is government-supported, not owned by a for-profit entity, and is affordable to people of different income levels.
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The California Constitution would be amended to guarantee housing as a fundamental right — if a new bill passes the state legislature and is signed into law.
The China Dragon Roars Back Whether the US Likes It or NotInternational
The Western world, in the midst of being primed for a war with China, often has a limited understanding of who this supposed enemy is.
Democrats face uphill battle in 2024 Senate racePolitics
With 23 Senate seats up for election, Democrats are worried. Does the vice presidency matter in an election?
Meet the bumble bee Census countersAnimals
As bumble bees decline, local volunteers fan out to find them. Together they’ll create the California Bumble Bee Atlas to help guide conservation decisions.
‘Succession’ writer on finale, Rufus Wainwright on folk music traditionNews
Georgia Pritchett says the joy of writing “Succession” is seeing the characters develop, often in disturbing ways. She breaks down the series finale.