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The Burnside Burn, an infamous night on Burnside Bridge in Portland Oregon. This night was the eve of the end of Cannabis prohibition in Oregon. This night there was to be a free weed and seed giveaway, this night there was to be a smoke out on Burnside bridge, this night was to make history.With…
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On the second Monday in October, the City of Los Angeles officially celebrates Indigenous Peoples’ Day, a holiday that’s replaced Columbus Day in a growing number of municipalities that don’t wish to glorify a figure known for launching centuries of genocide of native people. (Last year, L.A. even had its Christopher Columbus statue removed from…
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Randy Newman and Composer Cousin Thomas Newman Go Head to Head...

Every family has its rivalries. In the case of Hollywood’s Newman musical dynasty, it’s a friendly feud that’s playing out very publicly at the Golden Globe Awards. Randy Newman, the iconic piano man famous for “I Love L.A.,” “You can Leave Your Hat On,” and “Short People”—and for composer of iconic scores for films including…

Devin Nunes Is Blaming Trump’s Troubles on a “Media Smear Campaign”

Fresno Congressman Devin Nunes, the top Republican on the House Intelligence Committee, got today’s impeachment hearing rolling by insisting that the only Ukraine conspiracy afoot is a “carefully orchestrated media smear campaign” by the Democrats. Nunes started off playing his greatest hit, calling July’s Mueller report hearing “the pitiful finale of a three-year long operation…
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When Alex Villanueva was elected sheriff of L.A. County last year, one of his first orders of business was creating a “truth and reconciliation” process to reinstate officers that had been fired by his predecessor for everything from unreasonable use of force to domestic violence. It was a controversial move, particularly for a Democrat who’d…
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It seems like Fall is just getting started. But it’s already time to start thinking about the holidays — especially if you want to save money. Often, a little foresight and planning can reduce your spending. These are some tips to get you started on the way to a January free of holiday debt.  1. Develop…

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Lenny Kravitz loves a chunky scarf, tasteful interior design, and dangerously tight pants (NSFW), but above all things he really, really loves sunglasses. Seriously, do a Google image search. The guy’s almost always wearing sunglasses—daytime, nighttime, outdoors, indoors. According to a plea posted to Twitter, someone who attended Kravitz’s show at USC’s Shrine Auditorium this…

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The world wide web wouldn’t be possible without ARPANET, a government-funded research effort launched at UCLA in 1969. Leonard Kleinrock, a professor of computer science at the university and one of the “fathers of the internet,” takes us back to 3420 Boelter Hall and the day interconnectivity changed forever. What exactly is ARPANET? Sputnik went…