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In Orange County's Little Saigon, Vietnamese American Voters Are Courted In Closely-Watched Congressional Race

In Orange County's Little Saigon, Vietnamese American Voters Are Courted In Closely-Watched Congressional Race

Both Democrat Harley Rouda and Republican Michelle Steel recognize the Vietnamese American vote is changing and could tip the election.

How An Outsider Found Identity And Belonging In The Intangible Shared Spaces Of A Redlined City

How An Outsider Found Identity And Belonging In The Intangible Shared Spaces Of A Redlined City

Growing up Chicano and gay on the Eastside in the '60s and '70s, James Rojas often felt like an outsider. He found safe space and acceptance amid Black and Brown peers and disco music as "we blurred the L.A. redlining map and found identity, and community, in the fusion."

Unemployment Benefits Frozen Due To Being A Fraud Victim? Here's What To Do

Unemployment Benefits Frozen Due To Being A Fraud Victim? Here's What To Do

Recently, the state's unemployment department has been freezing accounts of fraud victims without warning. Here's what to do if your benefits get cut off.

WATCH: 2nd Presidential Debate With Fact Check And Analysis

WATCH: 2nd Presidential Debate With Fact Check And Analysis

President Trump and Democratic nominee Joe Biden are holding a final debate Thursday in Nashville, with Kristen Welker of NBC News moderating. Follow live updates and analysis, and watch the debate starting at 6 p.m.

Why Does California Have So Many Ballot Propositions, Anyway?

Why Does California Have So Many Ballot Propositions, Anyway?

Here's who to thank (or blame) for California's version of direct democracy.

Family Of Unarmed Man Killed By Buena Park Police Asks OC DA To Reopen Case

Family Of Unarmed Man Killed By Buena Park Police Asks OC DA To Reopen Case

DA Todd Spitzer's office ruled in June that the officers' actions were "reasonable and justified" when they shot 19-year-old David Sullivan during a traffic stop that went awry.

Why The 'Kevin Bacon' Factor Is Key To Understanding How COVID Spread In Nursing Homes

Why The 'Kevin Bacon' Factor Is Key To Understanding How COVID Spread In Nursing Homes

UCLA researchers say it's critical to identify each state's 'Kevin Bacon of nursing homes,' facilities that share workers who spread the virus.

Caltech and USC Sue Federal Government Over New Visa Restrictions

Caltech and USC Sue Federal Government Over New Visa Restrictions

Leaders in education say restrictions on hiring foreign skilled workers will undermine research and discourage international student applicants.

California Wants Statewide Panel To Review Any Covid Vaccine

California Wants Statewide Panel To Review Any Covid Vaccine

Gov. Gavin Newsom says Californians need to have confidence in a vaccine, and the state will have a review process regardless of which presidential candidate wins in November.

Weekend Rally In South LA Held To Raise Awareness of Domestic Violence in BIPOC Communities

Weekend Rally In South LA Held To Raise Awareness of Domestic Violence in BIPOC Communities

From March -- shortly after stay-at-home orders went into effect across the country -- to May, the National Domestic Violence Hotline recorded a 9% increase in calls. On Saturday, community members in South L.A. came together to advocate for resources for BIPOC survivors of domestic and sexual violence.

The Deadline To Register Online To Vote Has Now Passed, But You Can Still Do It In Person

The Deadline To Register Online To Vote Has Now Passed, But You Can Still Do It In Person

Oct. 19 is the last chance for Californians to register to vote online and still receive a ballot in the mail in time for the election. 

In Countdown To Election Day, Hundreds Take Part in Women's March Through DTLA

In Countdown To Election Day, Hundreds Take Part in Women's March Through DTLA

Hundreds marched Saturday afternoon from Pershing Square to City Hall in a special edition of the annual Women's March.

Perspectives On Artsakh From A Black Armenian Angeleno

Perspectives On Artsakh From A Black Armenian Angeleno

A Black Armenian Angelena reflects on her identity -- the discrimination she's endured because of her race and feelings of being excluded because of her ethnicity -- the legacy of the Armenian Genocide and the current conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan.

White House Reverses Decision And OKs Wildfire Aid For California

White House Reverses Decision And OKs Wildfire Aid For California

Fires have ravaged nearly 2 million acres in California and the state has asked for federal assistance to recover from them.

What You Need To Know About Recent Protests By Armenian Americans Around LA

What You Need To Know About Recent Protests By Armenian Americans Around LA

In recent days and weeks, local Armenian Americans have rallied in support of their homeland, as a deadly conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan stirs painful memories and fear for the future.

How Bad Will Coronavirus Be This Winter? Model Projects 170,000 More US Deaths

How Bad Will Coronavirus Be This Winter? Model Projects 170,000 More US Deaths

Cases are surging in many places around the country. As we head into winter here's what public health forecasters think we can expect.

Want A Free COVID Test? Now You Can Get One In LA County

Want A Free COVID Test? Now You Can Get One In LA County

L.A. County is shifting its COVID testing strategy.

LAUSD's COVID-19 Testing Sites Have Turned Away Symptomatic People -- But That Could Change Next Week

LAUSD's COVID-19 Testing Sites Have Turned Away Symptomatic People -- But That Could Change Next Week

LAUSD testing sites have been turning away anyone with possible COVID-19 symptoms -- but the district says that policy will change soon.

California Republicans Say Unauthorized Ballot Drop Boxes Are Legal And Vow To Continue Operating Them

California Republicans Say Unauthorized Ballot Drop Boxes Are Legal And Vow To Continue Operating Them

The state GOP says from now on, the ballot drop boxes will be indoors and attended by staff or volunteers. The Secretary of State said earlier this week they aren't legal.

'It's My Job To Continue To Push' For More Diverse Early Childhood Leadership

'It's My Job To Continue To Push' For More Diverse Early Childhood Leadership

California's early childhood workforce is mostly women of color and they are often concentrated in the lowest-paying jobs in the field.

Oversight Panel Calls For Resignation Of LA Sheriff Alex Villanueva

Oversight Panel Calls For Resignation Of LA Sheriff Alex Villanueva

It's a sign of continuing erosion of support for the sheriff who was elected in 2018.

DEBATE RECAP: Holly Mitchell And Herb Wesson Clash On Police Reform And Housing Policy

DEBATE RECAP: Holly Mitchell And Herb Wesson Clash On Police Reform And Housing Policy

The candidates for the L.A. County Board of Supervisors District 2 seat battled over the future of law enforcement accountability and how to build more affordable housing in South L.A.

LAUSD, Board of Supervisors Candidates Lay Out Plans For Early Childhood Programs

LAUSD, Board of Supervisors Candidates Lay Out Plans For Early Childhood Programs

Candidates seeking to represent the Board of Supervisors District 2 and the Board of Education's District 7 met Wednesday in a forum focused on early childhood.

The Census Is Ending. What Does The Claim That 99.9% Of Households Were Counted Really Mean?

The Census Is Ending. What Does The Claim That 99.9% Of Households Were Counted Really Mean?

A former Census Bureau director and local census advocates say the government's claim of '99.9%' completion is misleading. The decennial count is set to end Thursday.

'It Was A Moonscape': One Man Reflects On Losing Everything In The Lake Fire

'It Was A Moonscape': One Man Reflects On Losing Everything In The Lake Fire

"Part of me was saying, the firemen are there. They're in the yard. There's probably six or eight of them. They're going to save it. And then the other part of me saying, you know, you may not ever see these things again."

$15 Per Month Internet? What's The Catch?

$15 Per Month Internet? What's The Catch?

Nearly 1 million Angelenos don't have access to affordable, reliable internet service, but residents of four public housing communities will soon have service at $15 a month, with the first six months free.

A Field Guide To 2020's Super-Expensive, Bitterly Fought LAUSD School Board Elections

A Field Guide To 2020's Super-Expensive, Bitterly Fought LAUSD School Board Elections

New election date, same story -- charters versus unions, big money, and high stakes for 580,000 kids.

Supreme Court Allows Trump Administration To End Census Early

Supreme Court Allows Trump Administration To End Census Early

The latest turn in a roller coaster of a legal fight over the timeline for the count.

A Postcard From One of LA County's Newly Reopened Playgrounds 

A Postcard From One of LA County's Newly Reopened Playgrounds 

A little laughter -- and a cameo from a toddler t-rex -- to brighten your day. 

To Better Understand Prop 15, We Took A Trip To One Of California's Top Malls

To Better Understand Prop 15, We Took A Trip To One Of California's Top Malls

Prop 15 aims to raise $11.5 billion for schools and local governments by raising taxes on long-held commercial properties -- including businesses such as South Coast Plaza.

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Patricia Castellanos

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Patricia Castellanos

Castellanos is running to represent South L.A. and San Pedro in LAUSD Board District 7.

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Tanya Ortiz Franklin

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Tanya Ortiz Franklin

Ortiz Franklin is running to represent South L.A. and San Pedro in LAUSD Board District 7.

COVID Crackdowns At Work Have Saved Black And Latino Lives, LA Officials Say

COVID Crackdowns At Work Have Saved Black And Latino Lives, LA Officials Say

Strict enforcement of coronavirus protocols at factories and shops where some of the worst outbreaks have occurred has reduced the racial and ethnic disparities in COVID deaths and illness, say public health officials. They want to expand the effort by creating workplace safety councils.

New 'Racism 101' Project From LAist Aims To Facilitate Deeper Conversations

New 'Racism 101' Project From LAist Aims To Facilitate Deeper Conversations

Racism 101 is aimed at holding space for the community to safely ask questions and discuss race with us -- and with each other.

Fake Ballot Drop Boxes Have Popped Up In Southern California. They're Not Legal. (UPDATED)

Fake Ballot Drop Boxes Have Popped Up In Southern California. They're Not Legal. (UPDATED)

A spokesman for the state's Republican party defended drop boxes at churches. The Secretary of State says they're against the law.

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Marilyn Koziatek

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Marilyn Koziatek

Koziatek is challenging the incumbent in LAUSD Board District 3, representing the West San Fernando Valley.

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Scott Schmerelson

LA School Board Election 2020 Candidate Q&A: Scott Schmerelson

Schmerelson is running to keep his seat representing the West SF Valley in LAUSD Board District 3.

What Happy LA Looks Like: Photos From The Lakers 2020 Championship Win (Before The Tactical Alert)

What Happy LA Looks Like: Photos From The Lakers 2020 Championship Win (Before The Tactical Alert)

"We needed this." -- Elated L.A. fans celebrated the Lakers NBA Championship win at Staples Center on Oct. 11 before the night descended into violence and disarray.

California Expats Are Helping Turn Texas Into A Battleground State

California Expats Are Helping Turn Texas Into A Battleground State

Pushed by the soaring cost of living, more than 700k Californians have moved there since 2008. It's part of the reason Texas has turned surprisingly purple.

Meet Crenshaw High's Kamarie Brown, LAUSD's Newest Student Board Member

Meet Crenshaw High's Kamarie Brown, LAUSD's Newest Student Board Member

Brown will serve while dealing with distance learning and taking multiple AP classes (calculus is her favorite). She wants to focus on the Student Bill of Rights and equity among schools.

Voter Game Plan: What Should I Do With Someone Else's Ballot? Or An Extra Ballot?

Voter Game Plan: What Should I Do With Someone Else's Ballot? Or An Extra Ballot?

Some voters are mistakenly receiving ballots for old roommates, or got multiple ballots in the mail. Here's what to do.

What You Need To Know About LAUSD Restarting Some In-Person Tutoring, Assessments

What You Need To Know About LAUSD Restarting Some In-Person Tutoring, Assessments

Participation is voluntary, and employees and students will have to get tested for COVID-19 first.

Poll Watchers Are Allowed In California. Here Are The Do's And Don'ts

Poll Watchers Are Allowed In California. Here Are The Do's And Don'ts

Election observers are getting more attention this year because the Trump campaign says it is recruiting "an army" of volunteers to monitor voting.

Our Heroes Got Us Into This Mess. We Have To Get Ourselves Out

Our Heroes Got Us Into This Mess. We Have To Get Ourselves Out

He grew up surrounded by the status quo: myths of good guys versus bad guys, white suburban casual racism. But when a close friend who is nonwhite was beaten by police, he was forced to challenge his assumptions.

Key Takeaways In LA DA Debate: Challenger George Gascón And Incumbent Jackie Lacey Make Their Cases

Key Takeaways In LA DA Debate: Challenger George Gascón And Incumbent Jackie Lacey Make Their Cases

The candidates to lead the largest prosecutor's office in the U.S. squared off Thursday night. Here's what they said on the issues.

LAist/KPCC Investigation 'Stuck' Honored With 2 Online Journalism Awards

LAist/KPCC Investigation 'Stuck' Honored With 2 Online Journalism Awards

The project dug deep into California's housing crisis through an investigation into landlord Mike Nijjar's sweeping rental empire.

Census Advocates Have More Time For Outreach, But Their Funding Is Almost Gone

Census Advocates Have More Time For Outreach, But Their Funding Is Almost Gone

A federal judge extended the 2020 Census through October, but local nonprofits doing census advocacy and outreach are facing shrinking staffs and budgets.

As Trump Blames 'The Chinese Virus,' These Asian American Women Won't Stand For The Racism

As Trump Blames 'The Chinese Virus,' These Asian American Women Won't Stand For The Racism

A racist incident brought Hong Lee and Esther Lim together. Now they're both speaking up for the targets of anti-Asian hate.

Vice Presidential Debate: Fact Check And Analysis

Vice Presidential Debate: Fact Check And Analysis

Who said what and what was accurate.

SoCal Playgrounds Are Reopening -- Here's Where 

SoCal Playgrounds Are Reopening -- Here's Where 

We're tracking which Southern California cities and counties have reopened their playgrounds. 

How The Pandemic Is Making Information About Wildfires More Accessible Than Ever Before

How The Pandemic Is Making Information About Wildfires More Accessible Than Ever Before

Fire agencies had already been experimenting with putting more communications online, but the pandemic pushed them to go all-in with social media and video briefings directly to the public.

Eddie Van Halen, Guitar Hero, Dies At 65

Eddie Van Halen, Guitar Hero, Dies At 65

His son wrote: "He was the best father I could ever ask for. Every moment I've shared with him on and off stage was a gift."

What We Know About President Trump's Medical Treatment

What We Know About President Trump's Medical Treatment

The president is a few days into his diagnosis with COVID-19, a novel disease that doctors are still learning how best to treat. And, medical experts say, he may still be in a danger zone.

3 Scientists -- Including UCLA's Andrea Ghez -- Awarded Nobel Prize In Physics For Discoveries Related To Black Holes

3 Scientists -- Including UCLA's Andrea Ghez -- Awarded Nobel Prize In Physics For Discoveries Related To Black Holes

The prize goes to Roger Penrose, Reinhard Genzel and Andrea Ghez. Ghez says she hopes it will inspire young people, and particularly women, to pursue careers in science.

Here's Where You Can Get Free Flu Shots In L.A. County This Year

Here's Where You Can Get Free Flu Shots In L.A. County This Year

Health experts say it's critical to get a flu shot, since this will be the first cold and flu season in the U.S. to overlap with the coronavirus pandemic.

Potholes And Road Damage: How The Census Impacts LA Freeway Commutes

Potholes And Road Damage: How The Census Impacts LA Freeway Commutes

L.A.'s streets can be a rough ride. Data from the 2020 Census will help inform road expansions and repairs for the next 10 years.

SAT Scores? Out. Pandemic Essays? In. How To Apply For College In 2020

SAT Scores? Out. Pandemic Essays? In. How To Apply For College In 2020

Like everything else, a LOT has changed about applying to college during the pandemic.

Here's How LA County Schools Can Be Considered For A Coveted Reopening Waiver

Here's How LA County Schools Can Be Considered For A Coveted Reopening Waiver

The waivers are limited to TK-2, and only 30 schools will get one each week.

Garcetti Withdraws Support For Incumbent DA Jackie Lacey, Endorses George Gascón

Garcetti Withdraws Support For Incumbent DA Jackie Lacey, Endorses George Gascón

"[Gascón] knows how to promote public safety through partnerships with and beyond law enforcement," Garcetti said in a statement.

Students With Disabilities Rely On Census-Informed Funding To Fill In The Financial Gaps For Special Education

Students With Disabilities Rely On Census-Informed Funding To Fill In The Financial Gaps For Special Education

While only 9% of special education is federally funded and informed by the census, this margin is still critical to fill opportunity gaps for low-income students.

Long Beach Police Department Removes 'Unauthorized' Trump Flag Flying Over Headquarters

Long Beach Police Department Removes 'Unauthorized' Trump Flag Flying Over Headquarters

Long Beach residents said they spotted a Trump flag flying over the Long Beach Public Safety Building on Saturday. Police say they didn't learn about the flag until Sunday.

The Mysterious White House Testing Scheme That Did Not Protect Trump

The Mysterious White House Testing Scheme That Did Not Protect Trump

President Donald Trump's COVID-19 diagnosis is raising fresh questions about the White House's strategy for testing and containing the virus.

In LA, Uyghurs Joined By Other Diaspora Communities In Calling Out China

In LA, Uyghurs Joined By Other Diaspora Communities In Calling Out China

The oppressed minority groups came together on a Chinese holiday celebrating the founding of the People's Republic of China.

Another Step In LA's Vow To Reduce How Often Armed Officers Respond To Non-Violent 911 Calls

Another Step In LA's Vow To Reduce How Often Armed Officers Respond To Non-Violent 911 Calls

The plan was first introduced early in the summer, when the Council was scrambling to respond to a groundswell of protests over police killings and systemic racism in law enforcement.

Wear a Mask. If Only It Were That Simple

Wear a Mask. If Only It Were That Simple

Scientists are warning of a larger wave of infection this winter. They agree the simplest, easiest way to fight that surge is to get most people to wear masks most of the time.

President Trump Tested Positive For COVID-19. What Might Happen Next?

President Trump Tested Positive For COVID-19. What Might Happen Next?

It would be "very difficult" to pull President Trump's name from the November ballot, says John Fortier, who led the Continuity of Government Commission. But that's just one hypothetical.

After 'Egregious' Violation, Judge Orders Census To Count Through Oct. 31 For Now

After 'Egregious' Violation, Judge Orders Census To Count Through Oct. 31 For Now

The latest ruling comes after days of confusion sparked by a one-sentence tweet from the Census Bureau that the judge called "[perhaps] the most egregious violation" of the preliminary injunction order she issued last week.

How LAUSD's Superintendent Has Used Special Pandemic Emergency Powers To Make Fast-Track Deals

How LAUSD's Superintendent Has Used Special Pandemic Emergency Powers To Make Fast-Track Deals

Austin Beutner is the only superintendent in L.A. County with the power to enter no-bid contracts without a board vote.

Surviving The Endless Waves: When American Dreams Aren't All They're Cracked Up to Be

Surviving The Endless Waves: When American Dreams Aren't All They're Cracked Up to Be

In a series of recollections, Judy Jean Kwon reflects on what her Korean American family lost when they settled in the U.S. -- and what it's taken for her to reclaim at least part of it.

Here Are The 2020 Bills Gov. Newsom Rejected Or Signed Into California Law

Here Are The 2020 Bills Gov. Newsom Rejected Or Signed Into California Law

Here are some of the most interesting decisions Gov. Newsom made.

Schools Are Closed, But School Districts Are Still Feeding Students In Need -- With Help From The Census

Schools Are Closed, But School Districts Are Still Feeding Students In Need -- With Help From The Census

The National School Lunch and School Breakfast programs, run by the USDA and funded based on census data, help feed millions of students free or reduced-price meals each year.

Pell Grants -- And Census 2020 -- Make College Accessible And Affordable For One Community College Student (And Millions Like Her)

Pell Grants -- And Census 2020 -- Make College Accessible And Affordable For One Community College Student (And Millions Like Her)

Tara Stadel says attending community college was "possible" only with help from a Pell Grant. She is one of millions of students who have gained access to higher education thanks to the federally-funded, census-informed Pell Grant program.

'I've Never Seen This Before': Police-Community Relations Are At A Low Point

'I've Never Seen This Before': Police-Community Relations Are At A Low Point

"People are chanting that they want to know where my kids go to school and where my parents go to church," says a Sheriff's Captain. "It's hostile."

Is LA's Homeless Service System Working? Not For This Man

Is LA's Homeless Service System Working? Not For This Man

When he moved in, he was told the path to housing should emerge in 90 days. 90 days passed, and then 90 days passed again, but the housing didn't materialize.

LA County Nears Goal Of Recruiting 17K Election Workers, And Young People Are Stepping Up

LA County Nears Goal Of Recruiting 17K Election Workers, And Young People Are Stepping Up

Despite some technical roadblocks, there's been a surge of younger people stepping up to run polling sites during the pandemic.

It Pays To Be City Manager In Moreno Valley

It Pays To Be City Manager In Moreno Valley

Moreno Valley City Manager Tom DeSantis retired in December, but the paychecks kept coming.

'This Place Is Just Peace': Finding A Mental Health Respite Through Peer Support

'This Place Is Just Peace': Finding A Mental Health Respite Through Peer Support

With peer support, people who have lived with mental illness help others with their psychiatric condition.

Red Flag Warnings Issued. Why You Should Be Ready To Evacuate

Red Flag Warnings Issued. Why You Should Be Ready To Evacuate

If you live in an area that's prone to wildfires you should have your go bag ready as soon as strong, dry winds show up.

Mis Ángeles: How Highland Park Residents Are Banding Together to Save Poppy Peak

Mis Ángeles: How Highland Park Residents Are Banding Together to Save Poppy Peak

A cluster of luxury homes is slated to take over one of Northeast L.A.'s last remaining open spaces. And people in the community there don't want them.

How A 'Secret Asian Man' Embraced Anti-Racism

How A 'Secret Asian Man' Embraced Anti-Racism

"I came to deeply embrace anti-racism in slow, sustained increments. To do so, I had to embrace my own identity as a Brown person -- and understand my own complicity in white supremacy."

Census Explained: Why The Census Matters In LA

Census Explained: Why The Census Matters In LA

This week a federal judge will decide whether to extend the 2020 Census. Here's the stakes of that decision in Los Angeles.

WATCH: LAist's 5 Keys For Your Voter Game Plan

WATCH: LAist's 5 Keys For Your Voter Game Plan

You don't have to wait until Nov. 3 to cast your ballot. California's "Election Month" is upon us.

These Parents Are Suing Los Angeles Unified Over Its Approach To Distance Learning

These Parents Are Suing Los Angeles Unified Over Its Approach To Distance Learning

A group of Black and Latino parents, parents of English language learners, and parents of students with special needs claim the district is violating their children's right to an education.

Do We Need Police To Curb LA's Traffic Violence? Some Cities Are Saving Lives Without Them

Do We Need Police To Curb LA's Traffic Violence? Some Cities Are Saving Lives Without Them

As the movement to defund armed policing and reinvest that money into care-based programs gains momentum, the long-held assumptions about law enforcement's roles in traffic safety are being challenged.

The Scenes From Wednesday's Breonna Taylor Protests In Downtown LA

The Scenes From Wednesday's Breonna Taylor Protests In Downtown LA

Protesters compared the killing of Taylor with the fatal shootings of Dijon Kizzee, Andres Guardado and others.

USC Law Professor Jody Armour On Breonna Taylor Case: 'Justice Is Not Colorblind'

USC Law Professor Jody Armour On Breonna Taylor Case: 'Justice Is Not Colorblind'

'This is a bitter truth to confront, here,' Armour told us, 'the law as it now stands told them that as long as the officers reasonably believed they faced imminent death or threat of imminent death, they can return fire.'

Kentucky Grand Jury Indicts 1 Of 3 Officers Involved In Breonna Taylor's Killing

Kentucky Grand Jury Indicts 1 Of 3 Officers Involved In Breonna Taylor's Killing

The grand jury did not announce charges against the other two officers involved. The officer has been charged with three counts of wanton endangerment for shooting into neighboring apartments.

Cal State University Picks Fresno State President As New System Chancellor

Cal State University Picks Fresno State President As New System Chancellor

Fresno State President Joseph Castro will be the new CSU chancellor. He faces major financial and educational challenges at the university system.

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87

Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Champion Of Gender Equality, Dies At 87

Ginsburg, the second woman to serve on the Supreme Court, died from complications from cancer. Her death will set in motion what promises to be a tumultuous political battle over who will succeed her.

A Redesigned LACMA Is Years Away... But We Have Photos

A Redesigned LACMA Is Years Away... But We Have Photos

Lots of glass, not a lot of hierarchy.

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