Month: <span>March 2021</span>

Doti Puts Wider Lens on Virus | Latinos Least Likely Covid Fatalities | Metchek’s Must-See | Echo Park Algorithms | $137 Solution in Newport | Westside’s New Links | Do Tune In

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Sickly Silence This Side of Pacific | Non-Profit’s Inside Game | LA-OC Riptide as Waters Trims Porter’s Sails | Korek Gives Mid-City Museum Plug from UK | RIP Cuevas

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Documents Point to Ethics Breach in Homeless Program | Kudos to MemorialCare on Mental Health | When Fraser Met Yusef | SAPD Catches Up | Lucha Libre Outlook

The Los Angeles County Department of Health Services has failed to comply with its own regulations on conflicts of interest among its workforce, according …

Feds Take Credit, Leave Vacuum on Streets of Santa Ana | Hope of the City Gets Artsy | Nixonian Cover for ‘Trumpoids’? | OC Still Red

Expect another shoe to drop in the case of a Santa Ana Police Department officer who recently pleaded guilty to federal charges of taking …

Ruscha Is OK | KCRW’s Other Ethnic Problem | Did Paloma Deal Violate State Law on Architects? | OC Black Chamber’s Template | Hoshi in FT | Soon-Shiong Shuffle

An overlooked fact about LA-based artist Ed Ruscha: He’s a proud Okie—and anyone in SoCal who isn’t familiar with that reference should Google the …