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  • Hot Flash- Do Blondes Really Have More Fun? I’m About to Find Out

    Hot Flash- Do Blondes Really Have More Fun? I’m About to Find Out

    By Barbara Bishop So I’m having a little hair identity crisis. When I was born, I was a natural blonde. In my 20s, I began highlighting it, remaining in the same blonde range for 2 ...

  • Take Back Drugs Day

    Take Back Drugs Day

    Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles, in partnership with local law enforcement agencies, is encouraging the community to participate in the 13th National Prescription Drug Take-Back ...

  • Celebrating Earth Day

    Celebrating Earth Day

    Earth Day, which takes place every year on April 22, was established in 1970 and is now worldwide. It’s a day meant to promote environmental sustainability and initiatives for pres ...

  • Marching For Science

    Marching For Science

    Thousands of Westsiders hit the Downtown LA streets Saturday for the Los Angeles March for Science that was part of an international day of action in an effort to raise awareness a ...

Hot Flash- Do Blondes Really Have More Fun? I’m About to Find Out

Hot Flash- Do Blondes Really Have More Fun? I’m About to Find Out

By Barbara Bishop So I’m having a little hair identity crisis. When I was born, I was a natural blonde. In my 20s, I began highlighting it, remaining in the same blonde range for ...

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Take Back Drugs Day

Take Back Drugs Day

Kaiser Permanente West Los Angeles, in partnership with local law enforcement agencies, is encouraging the community to participate in the 13th National Prescription Drug Take-Bac ...

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Celebrating Earth Day

Celebrating Earth Day

Earth Day, which takes place every year on April 22, was established in 1970 and is now worldwide. It’s a day meant to promote environmental sustainability and initiatives for pre ...

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Marching For Science

Marching For Science

Thousands of Westsiders hit the Downtown LA streets Saturday for the Los Angeles March for Science that was part of an international day of action in an effort to raise awareness ...

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Young Minds, Run Free

Young Minds, Run Free

By Evelyn Taylor   A rigorous week of collaboration, including master classes with professional composers, performers and visual artists, saw young creative minds from across ...

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Rams Miss Out on First Round Draft Pick

Rams Miss Out on First Round Draft Pick

Barring a trade, the Los Angeles Rams won't have a choice in Thursday's first round of the NFL draft because of the trade that brought them the first pick in last year's draft. "Y ...

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New Monument to be Dedicated to 75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment

New Monument to be Dedicated to 75th Anniversary of Japanese Internment

A 9-foot-tall black-granite monument will be dedicated in Venice Thursday to mark the 75th anniversary of U.S. internment of Japanese- Americans during World War II at the spot wh ...

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Major Fire Damages Four Story Apartment Building

Major Fire Damages Four Story Apartment Building

A major emergency fire heavily damaged a vacant four-story apartment building and a vacant two-story house next door to it in the Westlake district Thursday, but no one was hurt. ...

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LAPD Launches Internal Investigation Following Video of Wrongfully Detained Man Surfaces

LAPD Launches Internal Investigation Following Video of Wrongfully Detained Man Surfaces

The Los Angeles Police Department has launched an internal investigation after video surfaced showing a handcuffed young man who had been detained by officers appearing to be unco ...

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Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Hosts Open House Event for Five Counties May 6-7

Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices California Properties Hosts Open House Event for Five Counties May 6-7

The welcome mat will be out at hundreds of exquisite residences May 6 and 7, inviting you to #FindYourPerfect home in Los Angeles, Ventura, Santa Barbara, Orange, and San Diego co ...

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