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Archive for September 19th, 2019
The California Horse Racing Board (CHRB) will continue discussing the schedule for race days in 2020 at their meeting, Thursday.
Say goodbye to Cafe Nela. Celebrate Oktoberfest. Run for the Homeboys. Party for Rosh Hashanah. Nosh on vegan tacos.
Many Angelenos aren't waiting for the ocean to overflow and the plants to fry to do their part to make L.A. a better place.
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Earlier this week, LA City Council President Herb Wesson called for the rejection of a proposed housing project known as District square, and instead insisted that the city should establish an “anti-displacement zone” around the development.
Rising sea levels along the California coast. Severe droughts in Nevada. Record heat in Arizona. Climate change is having an undeniable impact in the West. As the country gears up for the 2020 presidential election, all major Democratic candidates have released ambitious plans to tackle the issue of climate change.
Ad campaigns calling out the dangers of vaping have been in regular rotation on radio and television for several years now, since the start of the vaping craze, but those ads seem to be amplified in the wake of the recent spate of people who have ended up hospitalized, or even dead in some cases, due to lung injuries associated with vaping.
Women rideshare passengers—and drivers—are concerned that gig-economy companies are not doing enough to protect them in confrontations en route.
While answering questions at an event in Atlanta, Georgia this week, former President Jimmy Carter said he hopes for an age limit on presidential candidates, according to NBC news.
The term “neurodiversity” was first coined by an Australian sociologist in the late 1990’s, who made the case that neurological differences should be respected by society, analogous to categories such as class, sexual orientation, ethnicity and disability.