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A Spanish translation of The Town the Law Forgot. Pandillas, carteles y políticas al estilo sur de la frontera enlodan la reputación de un suburbio de L.A.
Vanished series creator Josh Berman keeps the world in three rings
When USC and UCLA put on their academic game faces, nothing less than the future of the city is at stake
American Cinematheque fetes Roger Corman at 80
L.A. Weekly endorsements for next Tuesday’s primary
How the contents of a termite’s stomach may revolutionize your car
The fight begins to knock out Arnold
Inside the old spirits, indie fucks, gay best friends and outlaws
He’s the tantrum-throwing card shark who’s taking the Texas Hold ’Em craze from Vegas to your cell phone. A no-limits weekend with Phil Hellmuth Jr.
The Coalition for Educational Justice is fighting generations of neglect with a secret weapon — students
Sexual selection, the Good Book and why gay is good
Is Sierra Club’s anti-immigration insurgency for the birds?
Diane Middlebrook takes on Hughes and Plath
Leading Ecstasy researcher retracts critical study
Two years ago, a group of Locke High School students demanded something they weren't getting— an education. They got one, all right.
It was too good -- and too bad -- to be true. For three years, investigators conclude, Manual Arts High School administrators graduated ineligible students and tampered with students' grades
Fallen energy giant may be out to tarnish other big firms in the great rip-off of California
Enron's role in California's energy crisis of 2001
Riordan blows a gasket — or two — on campaign bus
In the 4th District race, attitude may be more important than aptitude
'Shirts' and homeless battle over the sidewalks of America
David Chase on The Sopranos, the small screen, and rock & roll
Alan Cranston’s take on things
Athanasius Kircher at the Museum of Jurassic Technology
A panel of teachers responds
The Green-Republican front against DiF
The Weekly’s recommendations in the November general election
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The Los Angeles Independent Film Festival Turns 5
A Memoranda List
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