Reed Johnson is assistant city editor. In 2018, he rejoined the Los Angeles Times, where he’d previously worked as a feature and arts writer from 2000-14, including four and a half years as the paper’s Latin American culture writer, based in Mexico City. He also has worked as a reporter for the Wall Street Journal, based in São Paulo, Brazil; as managing editor of Zócalo Public Square; and as a reporter for the Detroit News, the L.A. Daily News and the Rochester, N.Y., Times-Union.
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