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The downtown NFL arena deal allows a sea of billboards, congestion and millions in public costs
MOCAs big gamble
But then drops its threat to slash the 90 neighborhood councils
Bitter homes & gardens?
While real L.A. goes begging, City Hall pours millions into a plastic promenade
L.A. unites on gay marriage
What can save L.A.’s broken neighborhood councils?
And, once we find them, what should they do for Los Angeles?
Edited by Kateri Butler
The secretive and expensive road to L.A. football
L.A.’s future is fine without football
. . . and to spend more time with their families . . .
Wendy and Tony battle to fill the shoes of Wachs
The Weekly’s recommendation in the December 11 special election in the 2nd District
How the campaigns should have been run
Ready or not, the short-time era of city government
Hahn better hope voters forget his mistakes dealing with Daryl Gates and Rodney King
Hahn and Villaraigosa look to their right
Hahn and Villaraigosa square off for the mayoral finale
Hahn, Soboroff and Villaraigosa race for the runoff
Our recommendations in the April 10 Los Angeles city election
Steve Soboroff and Joel Wachs’ battle for the Valley vote
The race to succeed Richard Riordan — and to reshape Los Angeles — comes down to the wire
A tale of Steve Soboroff’s two hats
Villaraigosa makes his move
Let Bernie Parks lose another argument
What it will take to fix the LAPD
The caravan moves on, but someone forgot to pay the bill
What the City Council does instead of governing
Or, the power of a few ill-chosen words
Police Commission falters on Rampart
So just who is responsible for our chief of police?
Time for oversight panel, inspector general to step from the shadows
Backward thinking let Rampart happen
I wish Councilman Joel Wachs would get the message about Maria Luisa Forester
The Race to Succeed Richard Riordan -- and to Shape the Future of Los Angeles -- Has Already Begun
Since when do ethics commissioners grovel before those whom they police?
This county ordains a living wage for some, instead of for all
Who says the charter fight is over?
Councilman Svorinich discovers global capitalism
City attorney seeks to pre-empt mayoral field
Wachs pushes to end city secrecy
Rewriting the Stein-Hubbell affair
Who'd benefit from a Riordan race for governor?