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Museums and in-person events are coming back. Video of an LAPD arrest is released. Ralphs is closing in Crenshaw. And journalist Jamie Loftus joins Scott, Alissa, and guest host Matt Tinoco to discuss her reporting for KNOCK-LA and the aftermath of the brutal raids on Echo Park Lake. Show Notes Museums and Concerts California OKs indoor sports, con…
 
COVID cases are way down: is it okay to wonder if the pandemic over? Unrest over the Hollywood Community Plan. Five people shot by LAPD in four days, and an unsettling criminal charge against a journalist. Joe Buscaino enters the race to be Mayor, and a candidate files to replace him on City Council. And ISAAC BRYAN, co-chair of the Measure J campa…
 
COVID numbers keep dropping and vaccine eligibility expands. A report documents LAPD's response to the May and June protests against police brutality. And Alissa and Scott debate whether or not they should be freaking out about Gavin Newsom's recall election. Housekeeping Scott was on Councilmember Mike Bonin's Podcast Covid COVID Hospitalizations …
 
LA is about to enter the red tier — what does it mean for dining, movies, and especially schools? The City Council overrides a veto in a contentious meeting. The stimulus package dumps billions of dollars on local budgets. And the concrete industry is trying to sneak a really bad motion onto the city books. Show Notes Quick Hits Assemblywoman Sydne…
 
Housekeeping Guest host JT the LA Storyteller and this week's The Ten guest Samanta Helou-Hernandez have a community series about redlining, gentrification and displacement in East Hollywood. First session Thursday at 6PM! Ask them questions at Hope.xyz/MakingOurNeighborhood! Check out the Ten here https://www.patreon.com/posts/ten-episode-48145292…
 
Schools can now reopen... but will they? Some confusing and clarifying words from the Mayor on Project Roomkey. DA George Gascon seeks information on officer misconduct. Is Patrick Soon-Shiong selling the LA Times? Councilmember Nithya Raman changes course. And freelance reporter CERISE CASTLE joins the show to speak up about her experiences workin…
 
What kind of issues is LA experiencing with vaccine distribution? What's up with this debate on building preservation right now? Why did the police union finally decide to make a deal to delay their raises? Who's raising the most money in city races, and from where? And LAUSD Board President KELLY GONEZ joins the show to talk about the recent threa…
 
Rain maybe! Dodger Stadium becomes the biggest vaccination site in the country. When can you get one? Are there more restrictions coming? LAPD and LASD participate in an attempted coup. More information on the deputy who killed Andres Guardado. And looking ahead to Wednesday's inauguration, Mitch Englander's sentencing, and whether John Lee will ev…
 
Another week of drip cribs, Christian rock rallies, packed malls, and record cases as LA continues to be the epicenter of the global pandemic. George Gascon's Deputy District Attorneys sue to block his reforms. And we offer a Place and Thank You to the 101 Coffee Shop. Articles referenced in this episode: https://www.nytimes.com/2020/12/31/style/lo…
 
LA County is… once… again… seeing a record number of cases, hospitalizations, and deaths. But the malls are open! Garcetti, in a surprising break from city council, vetoes the City Council's LAPD funding reallocation. Nury Martinez makes her City Council committee assignments. RIP SHAKE ALERT LA. And we look back at our predictions for 2020 and mak…
 
COVID hospitalizations continue to surge in Los Angeles County. Preparations for vaccine distribution begin. A local judge puts onerous requirements on future public health closures. LA’s new DA is making huge changes. Governor Newsom gets to make another high profile appointment. And Garcetti’s cabinet hopes are fading fast. https://la.eater.com/2…
 
Spiking cases and hospitalizations prompt a new Safer at Home. Actions in El Sereno and outside the Mayor's house. The history and current status of Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza. And three members of the Hillside Villa Tenants Association, RENE ALEXZANDER, ROSA HERNANDEZ, and MARINA MALOUF, talk about their fight to preserve their building as affor…
 
A sexual harassment scandal in the Mayor’s Office blows up. New moves against the Sheriff and DA. The City’s headed for a financial cliff. Hollywood NOW at war with itself over endorsements. Target Husk becomes a real boy. Links referenced in this episode: https://thelapod.com/guide-to-la/ https://www.la101.guide/ https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/re…
 
The Council District Four race leaves the rails, never to return. Garcetti plays coy about the Cabinet job he definitely wants. The history of the deadly Exide facility in Vernon, and the deal the federal government approved this week. Metro wants to widen more freeways and tear down your house. Articles referenced in this episode: https://www.lama…
 
Mayor Garcetti was at the first presidential debate. The LA Times wrote something unfortunate about it. An arrest made in the shooting of two deputies. A different deputy was shot by another deputy. Who is going to run against Alex Villanueva? Three more LAPD officers are charged with falsifying evidence. And we announce our NOVEMBER 2020 VOTER GUI…
 
The earthquake we needed right now. A string of lies from the Sheriff's department and calls for the Sheriff's resignation. A report on low usage at cooling centers. Why hotels didn't participate in Project Roomkey. A "tsunami" of hotel closures. And hasta la vista to LA Al Fresco. Articles referenced in this episode: https://www.latimes.com/califo…
 
New record high temperatures in LA: where do people go to cool down? More details on the killing of Dijon Kizzee by LASD and the protests that followed. How LA's park spaces became distance learning centers. After six months of COVID, where did we think we would be? Articles referenced in this episode: https://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-lapd…
 
Rising tension between the LAPD's union and elected officials. Beverly Hills prosecuting curfew violations. Bizarre turns in the City Council District 4 race. Metro hurtles toward service cuts. And the tourism board needs your help. Articles referenced in this episode: https://www.latimes.com/projects/chicano-moratorium/east-la-protest-gave-voice-c…
 
A new theme song. Fires in California. Gangs in the Sheriff's Department. Declining COVID-19 numbers. The start of the LAUSD school year. Shuttered emergency shelters. Resumed sweeps in Venice. A QAnon protest in Hollywood. A police killing in Pasadena. A Postal Board Governor in San Marino. And one of the last bills in the state housing package. A…
 
Scott and Hayes Prop It Like It's Hot with a rundown of every proposition on the California state ballot for November. BUT FIRST: where did a local news reporter get police records he used to smear a Councilmember? And how much closer did LAUSD get to a reopening plan? Articles referenced in this episode: https://laist.com/2020/07/30/ppp_loans__cha…
 
"Community Safety Partnership Bureau" and why does LAPD want to start one? Does any LA law enforcement department not have gangs? Did City Council vote to resume sweeps? Did you feel the earthquake? Why was Karen Bass talking about Scientology? Articles referenced in this episode: https://twitter.com/sahrasulaiman/status/1287904853553889280 https:/…
 
Scott, Hayes and Alissa are joined by COUNCILMEMBER MARQUEECE HARRIS-DAWSON of Council District Eight for a conversation about LA's response to the COVID-19 pandemic, future possibilities of relief for tenants, possibilities for reimagining public safety in LA, and the city's new political reality thanks to the Black Lives Matter protests.…
 
A summary of everything LA elected officials have done in response to the COVID-19 pandemic in LA. Also: Is LA Al Fresco real? What's going on with Slow Streets? What was Charter Amendment C, and why did it possibly lead to an officer getting to keep his job after murdering someone in Costco? And what did a deputy post online that led to him gettin…
 
The LA County Medical Examiner-Coroner defies Sheriff Villanueva's orders. Three LAPD officers are charged with falsifying data. LA hits another peak in its COVID-19 outbreak. UTLA votes against reopening schools. Should the City Council be removed from land use decisions? And ALBERT CORADO returns to talk about the recent activity of the People's …
 
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