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Bankruptcy Shmankruptcy: L.A. Times Wins Two Pulitzers

What's the fate of the L.A. Times? For now, it's a couple of Pulitzers.



In our newly released print magazine, which examines the urban environment through the lens of Los Angeles, David Greene explores the life, near death, and fate of the Los Angeles Times. The article asks what it means to be a local paper in the 21st century, looking both at the Times' history and its future.

For the time being, the Times is doing very well, exhibits A and B being the two Pulitzers it just received.

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Six Things You Need to Know About Yesterday's Los Angeles Election

Yesterday, L.A. voters (or a small percentage of them) decided whether the city should tax pot to fund parks, among other things. Here's a recap.


It was no victory for voter turnout efforts, that's for sure.

Even with some big budget decisions on the ballot that should have had Los Angeles residents up in arms about how their money is being spent, most Angelenos passed up a trip to the polls during yesterday's election. Only 190,642 ballots were cast in the city of L.A., according to the official election results. That's a little below 12 percent of registered voters.

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