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Pot Desert by the Sea

LA passes ordinance regulating cannabis, but the black market may continue to thrive

Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor Although the Los Angeles City Council adopted three ordinances to regulate and zone ca

Only Sissies Like Yellow

Tom of Finland Explores the Influence of the Man Behind the Leather By Zamná Ávila, Assistant Editor



Dec. 23 Scarface Hip-hop legend Scarface is out on a national U.S. tour through the end of the year, along with Gorgeous George and Pimp God. Face will be returning to the stage with his incredible guitar skills,

Apply for the Arts Activation Fund

Department of Cultural Affairs’ Arts Activation Fund supports creative, community-benefit projects in site-specific areas of Los Angeles. The fund projects are either temporary objects, installations, or experiences that are free to the community and ap

Response to “Two Short Years’ Editorial

(RLn, Dec. 6, 2017) RLN Editor James Preston Allen claims that President Barack Obama attempted to heal racial divides. What a false hagiography for the most corrupt President in modern history, from Operation Fast and Furious, to the

Homeless for the Holidays: Groups Continue to Seek Solutions

By Terelle Jerricks, Managing Editor This is the third holiday season in which ‘homelessness’ and  ‘crisis’ are spoken in the same breath. Recently, a neighbor in my apartment building told me he w

LA City Hall Wakes Up

City Council Motion Advances to End “Modern Day Sharecropping” By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor After a decade of sustained struggle, capped off by 15 strikes in the past four years, po

California’s Climate Leadership Challenged in Bonn

By Paul Rosenberg, Senior Editor “Let’s put you in the ground!” California Gov. Jerry Brown lashed out at scores of climate justice activists protesting his scientifically inadequate, corporate-friendly

UniGeezer Discovers Fountain of Youth

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