Scott Timberg

freelance journalist

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Freelance journalist and culture writer, currently writing about the creative class as part of a Salon's series, Art in Crisisauthor of Culture Crash: The Killing of the Creative Classformer staffer at the Los Angeles Times

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When the recession hit in 2008, it gutted the middle class.

Culture Crash

When the recession hit in 2008, it gutted the middle class.

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From Santa Monica to Venice to Highland Park — and now the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles — the painters, sculptors, musicians and dancers who made those and other neighborhoods…

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From Santa Monica to Venice to Highland Park — and now the Arts District in downtown Los Angeles — the painters, sculptors, musicians and dancers who made those and other neighborhoods…

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The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is playing up nostalgia in its ads for Sunday's  Oscar Awards , "celebrate the movies in all of us."

Those Old Time Oscars

The Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences is playing up nostalgia in its ads for Sunday's Oscar Awards , "celebrate the movies in all of us."

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