Julia Wick is a Metro reporter for the Los Angeles Times covering Los Angeles City Hall. She was part of the team that was a 2022 Pulitzer Prize finalist in breaking news for work covering a fatal shooting on the set of the film “Rust.” Previously, she was the author of the Essential California newsletter. Before joining The Times in 2019, Wick was the editor in chief of LAist and a senior editor at Longreads. She is a native Angeleno.
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The billion-dollar Rodeo Drive project backed by French multibillionaire Bernard Arnault had been approved by the Beverly Hills City Council.
Beverly Hills voters will decide Tuesday whether to rescind the City Council’s approval of an ultra-luxury hotel project helmed by French multibillionaire Bernard Arnault.
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Protesters disrupt De León’s Cinco de Mayo presentation during council meeting; 1 arrested
The arrest came after protesters interrupted Councilmember Kevin de León’s Cinco de Mayo presentation.
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Former Mayor Richard Riordan was remembered during Friday’s Mass as a transformational figure who guided L.A. in the aftermath of civil unrest and helped it cope with the 1994 Northridge earthquake.