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“El Pino,” a beloved East L.A. bunya tree, is generating controversy. Developer Art Gastelum says he won’t damage it. These organizers don’t trust him.

The Flower Fields in Carlsbad, after being forced to close two weeks into its 2020 season, is set to reopen with new social distancing rules on Monday.

This February, several Black creators went viral with videos that offered a more nuanced and in-depth exploration of the Black experience in America.

Fred Segal, the Los Angeles-based celebrity fashion retailer named-checked in “Clueless and “Legally Blonde,” is dead at 87.

Look, I’m 37 and in a no-B.S. zone. What you see is what you get. I’m at the point in my life where I’d rather get everything out on the table on Day One so there are no unwanted surprises.

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‘Saturday Night Live’s’ most recent musical guest, ‘EL ÚLTIMO TOUR DEL MUNDO’ star Bad Bunny, went full snake plant in SNL’s ‘Loco’ music video with Ego Nwodim.

Monarch butterfly populations are endangered, to the point that the 1.2 million Western monarchs counted in 1997 plummeted to fewer than 2,000 by 2020. Here are ways we can help them survive.

Courtney Warwick amplifies people of color and fashion in the plant community. You may know her from her ‘I Rap to My Plants’ merch or photo series ‘Sneakers and Plants.’

Need a garden fix? Check out the bird scavenger hunt, tai chi in the great outdoors, a profusion of camellia blooms and plenty of classes for garden lovers.

The new wave in landscaping is building habitat by growing native plants, but you don’t need a yard to promote biodiversity. Hummingbirds, butterflies, bees and other pollinators are happy to dine on native plants growing on balconies or patios.

We’ve started a new year and the normal we once knew is still a far dot on the horizon. But there is a way to rekindle some hope: Get your hands into the soil.

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