The Washington liberal politics and policy magazine edited by Kit Rachlis, the former Los Angeles magazine editor, is in financial trouble. "I'm extremely hopeful that we'll be able to raise the money," Rachlis told Michael Calderone of the Huffington Post. Nonetheless, staffers were told last week that if donors don't cough up about $500,000, there was a possibility that "the Prospect's last issue as currently constituted would be the July/August issue."
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Noah Purifoy at LACMAWhile you're at LACMA to check out "Junk Dada," the Larry Sultan exhibition also runs until July 19. Iris Schneider
Only in LA columnTravel advice from Steve Harvey. Native Intelligence
Future of LA theaterWith the end of Actors' Equity's 99-Seat Theater Plan coming, Don Shirley has some suggestions for the transition.
An Eifman ballet and moreDonna Perlmutter on some local ballets and the close of the LA Phil season at Disney Hall. Native Intelligence
Rainbow over Mar VistaNo rain in sight, but a big rainbow appeared over the Westside nonetheless. Bigger