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Gravediggers at L.A.’s Biggest Cemetery Unionized on Friday the 13th

3 days ago by Jason McGahan
There is more to a grave than digging a hole, the gravediggers say. The mechanics, welders and interment specialists at at Rose Hills Memorial Park & Mortuary voted 35 to 23 Friday to join the Cemetery Workers and Greens Attendants Union.
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Fatburger Fans Now Can Own a Piece of the South L.A. Chain

13 days ago by Jean Trinh
Ice Cube rapped about it, Magic Johnson once owned a piece of it, and Ray Charles was a fan.
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L.A.'s Tri-Hipster Area Braces for Yet Another Special Election

27 days ago by Hillel Aron
Many of the candidates are pushing for Bernie-type proposals such as universal health care and free college and ponies and such.
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Sarah Silverman's Obama Vibrator and 9 Other Things We Saw at UCB's Comedy Yard Sale

4 months ago by Siran Babayan
Over the weekend, UCB hosted its inaugural two-day Comedy Yard Sale benefiting the American Civil Liberties Union of Southern California. The Sunset Boulevard theater’s Inner Sanctum Café was packed from wall to wall with all manner of treasures, oddities and junk, from clothes, shoes, art, books, video games and comedy...
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Hamlet, Inc.

18 years ago by Ella Taylor
Promise you won’t go away if I let on that in Michael Almereyda‘s Hamlet -- the 44th film version of Shakespeare’s tragedy -- the “To be or not to be” speech is delivered at a Blockbuster Video outlet, under a sign that reads “Go Home Happy.” Hamlet has been updated...
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Day Laborers Have Become an Easy Target for Anti-Immigrant Vigilantes

9 months ago by Jason McGahan
"They're the visible face of the issue of migration," says UCLA Labor Center project director Victor Narro. "They're really at the front line of the immigration debate in this country."
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9 Cheap and Free Things to Do in L.A. This Week

1 year ago by LA Weekly
An outdoor screening of Pulp Fiction, a Mexican Independence Day Celebration at City Hall, a comedy show based on Stranger Things and more to do and see this week for 10 bucks or less. The struggle for Mexican independence began with a cry — un grito — and each year...
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22 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

1 year ago by LA Weekly
fri 9/16 The struggle for Mexican independence began with a cry — un grito — and each year it's celebrated on Sept. 16 with a few more shouts (and live music and dancing) on the steps of L.A.'s City Hall. Presented by City Councilman José Huizar, this year's El Grito...
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Rehab Mogul Scrambles to Reorganize His Sober Living Chain

1 year ago by Hillel Aron
It's been two months since we checked in on Chris Bathum, aka the "Rehab Mogul," owner of Community Recovery Los Angeles, a chain of more than 20 sober living homes and outpatient clinics treating drug addicts and alcoholics. Bathum has been accused of sexually assaulting some of his female clients...

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