OP-ED

Art Festival Opens

November 3, 2017 | by A CorrespondentKicking off three days of celebration with a Dance Party tonight, the bi-yearly Culver City art festival features artwork from 50 Southern California festival.
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Wildfires Smell Like a Previous Disaster

November 2, 2017 | by Thomas D. EliasAs disastrous and deadly wildfires raged through once-lovely residential areas in the Wine Country and other Northern California points this fall, there were signs.
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Self-Inflicted Suffering

October 30, 2017 | by Paul MirengoffStudent anxiety and hostility at public high schools have worsened since Donald Trump became president, according to a study. More than half of the.
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Now PUC Wants to Clean up Mess

October 27, 2017 | by Thomas D. EliasThe California Public Utilities Commission now says it wants closure on its most contentious, most questionable decision of the last few decades.   This.
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Our Man in Stockholm

October 24, 2017 | by Scott HoustonIf your home is like mine in fall, things are getting busy.  This includes life at the West Basin Municipal Water District, where I.
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‘This Is Our Money’

October 23, 2017 | by Jack HumphrevilleL.A. Watchdog –The establishment of the municipally owned Bank of Los Angeles is an idea that is enthusiastically supported by City Council president Herb.
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‘Activists’ Gunning for Us

October 20, 2017 | by Larry ElderImmediately after the Oct. 1 Las Vegas shooting came the calls for “common sense” gun control. The quest almost always begins with a reassurance.
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Twas a Grand Day

October 19, 2017 | by Robert L. RosebrockFellow Americans and Friends of Veterans, Sunday’s 500th consecutive Veterans’ Rally was a special gathering except for when the VA police repeatedly patrolled back and forth.
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