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Inglewood oil field controversy near an end
By Natalie Ragus An end to the 2.5-year-long legal battle over the Inglewood Oil Field may be in sight. Superior Court Judge James Chalfant recently ordered the Culver City and other parties involved in a collection of lawsuits against Los … Continue reading
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Little Ethiopia: Preserving a Los Angeles treasure
The inconspicuous sign at the corner of Fairfax Avenue and Olympic Boulevard that marks Los Angeles’ Little Ethiopia enclave never fails to stir up strong emotions in Meron Ahadu. “Whenever I see that sign, that Little Ethiopia sign, tears come … Continue reading
Looking forward to a different Los Angeles
By 2030, the legendary rush-hour traffic that turns the Harbor Freeway into a giant parking lot no longer will be a reality of life in Los Angeles. Satellite technology will give school-aged children the opportunity to take a virtual field … Continue reading
In Compton, Richland Farms challenges urban stereotypes
COMPTON – In the heart of Compton, Taveon Harlston has his choice of horses. Today, he picks Clyde, a snow-white Tennessee Walker. Next to the stables, fruit trees, horse carriages and an improvised arena awaits in this suburban backyard that. … Continue reading