Councilman Eric Garcetti, a candidate for L.A. mayor, has been on a fundraising tear lately. He had an event at Moby's house. He had one with Jimmy Kimmel. In a couple weeks, he'll have one with (OMG OMG OMG) Howard Dean.But it'll be hard to top the event he had on Sunday at a polo match at Will Rog ... More >>
George Clooney's fourth feature as director attempts to capitalize on the fall of Obamamania
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In the strange wake of music's digital rebirth, vinyl has experienced a modest boom in popularity, seen by many as a replacement for the awkward middleman that is the compact disc. INCHES reviews the output of L.A.'s healthy vinyl community, believing that good music deserves much more than a handfu ... More >>
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Born to lose
The presidential debates need more people and fewer videos
John Powers on Zarqawi and Haditha
It's 1964 all over again, but this time for the Democrats
ANSWER is not the answer
Now or never for American labor
What keeps L.A.ís politicians from delivering on their progressive dreams
Smart and out to break up L.A. Unified, this Valley guy wants to touch every voter in L.A.
"B" as in billionaires
A to-do list for the Left
Itís 1964 all over again, but this time for the Democrats
MoveOnís state of denial is bad for Democrats
One month after the election, the progressive PACs have one word for you: Recount
Kerrying doubts into the voting booth
Democrats, Hardballers and Class Warriors
Networks, sponsorship, faux unity and a way out of the dark
For MoveOnís Wes Boyd and Joan Blades, politics begins and ends at home
Robert Greenwald talks about his journey from TV nice guy to nemesis of the right-wing
Peace movement hones its message to a mixed-up world
And a revolution in South-Central
The arrival of the reckless and cautious John Kerry
Let him buy his soul back from the Republicans
Can Bob Shrum beat Karl Rove?
John Edwards wins his biggest trial
Barraged by dweebish questions, Democratic candidates say little, alter nothing
The No. 1 rule of American politics
Arnold gets the glory, the Dems get the deal
Come on, letís celebrate the demise of Saddam
They donít like him and think heís a loser, but laborís leaders are down with Gray
But which Dem is green enough for California?
Should American homosexual couples head north to elope?
And, once we find them, what should they do for Los Angeles?
Peace movement rumbles on while Bush plans for a long stay in Iraq