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ICYMI: A Look Inside L.A.'s Busiest Fire Station
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- There is going to be a really cool panel on Tuesday at UCLA's Luskin School of Public Affairs looking at how activists, residents, and community members are resisting displacement in Boyle Heights.
- KCET takes an inside look at Los Angeles City Fire Station 9, which serves Skid Row—and is quite possibly the busiest fire station in the nation.
- Activists from the Yale graduate student union are on their tenth day without food as they participate in a hunger strike in protest of the university's refusal to recognize their union.
- Our friends at Curbed LA have mapped California's best midcentury motels, and each one is every bit as glorious as you'd expect.
- This Reddit AMA with a three-year-old who "knows everything" is arguably the best thing I've ever read.
- You want to feel really old? Sir Mix-a-Lot's "Baby Got Back" is about to turn 25. Here's the original video for your Friday afternoon viewing pleasure: