Laura Zornosa is a former features reporter who covered lifestyle for the Los Angeles Times. She was previously an Arts and Entertainment intern at The Times after graduating from Northwestern University. Zornosa has written for La Nación, the Center for Public Integrity, TIME and the Chicago Tribune. Originally from Wisconsin, she calls the Midwest home.
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