Unsurprisingly, the virtual reality industry thinks L.A. might be the perfect place to live. And so does the rest of America — which makes the plight of the millennial in this city a tricky one. Read on, for L.A. Weekly's top stories of the week.

Virtual Reality Technology Could Find an Ideal Home in L.A.
The city's deep-rooted film and television industry mean it's an ideal place to cash in on VR if it explodes as expected.

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San Mateo; Credit: moonjazz/Flickr

San Mateo; Credit: moonjazz/Flickr

California Is America's Favorite State to Live, Retire or Raise a Family
And when it came to favorite cities, the millennials surveyed ranked L.A. second — behind New York.

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Credit: Jorge Gonzalez/Flickr

Credit: Jorge Gonzalez/Flickr

Many L.A. Millennials Have Found a Solution to High Rents
And it often comes with lunch included.

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Demonstrators on Wilshire Boulevard in 2006; Credit: Amit/Flickr

Demonstrators on Wilshire Boulevard in 2006; Credit: Amit/Flickr

Anti-Trump Labor March on May Day Could Be Huge
The May 1 demonstration, “We Resist in Los Angeles,” could top the half-million demonstrators who came out for “A Day Without an Immigrant” in 2006.

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Top row, from left: Alejandra Campoverdi, Jimmy Gomez, Yolie Flores; bottom row: Sara Hernandez, Wendy Carillo, Robert Ahn; Credit: Top row: Keough2b/Wikipedia, Jimmy Gomez/Public Domain, New America/Flickr; bottom row: Ryan Orange/L.A. Weekly, Wendy Carillo campaign,  Robert Ahn Campaign

Top row, from left: Alejandra Campoverdi, Jimmy Gomez, Yolie Flores; bottom row: Sara Hernandez, Wendy Carillo, Robert Ahn; Credit: Top row: Keough2b/Wikipedia, Jimmy Gomez/Public Domain, New America/Flickr; bottom row: Ryan Orange/L.A. Weekly, Wendy Carillo campaign, Robert Ahn Campaign

Yes, Los Angeles, It's Time for Another Election
The race to replace former U.S. Congressman Xavier Becerra is being framed as a battle between traditional Democrats and new-school progressives – the Hillary-ites vs. the Berniecrats.

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