April 2, 2023


Tragedy in Mexico

Migrants at the site of a lockup fire in Ciudad Juárez sing to a Venezuelan who was killed just days before his 21st birthday.

They gather at Mexican consulate to protest what they decried as inhumane immigration policies of both governments.

Ridley-Thomas case

The acclaim shows the huge base of friendship and support Mark Ridley-Thomas amassed over three decades in office.

L.A. ballot measure

Ballot proposal could cap compensation at what the president makes, ‘currently $450,000.’


The Beehive is a Black-owned space in South L.A. that is a hub for events like Black Market Flea and Everyday People. It also nurtures youth through its tech center.


Editors’ Pick

In the 1950s and 1960s, the LAPD’s abortion squad hunted down women getting the procedure and the people performing them.


Here is what else you may have missed: A woman mourns her three slain daughters; a very wet winter brings back California’s ‘phantom lake’ and a rare ‘California Double’



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