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Native Intelligence archive
for May 2009
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DTLA in the rainWhen rain is this rare, we run photos.
LaBonge signs offTom LaBonge's final moments at the City Council horseshoe (with Gary Leonard in the background.) Photo: Branimir Kvartuc.
Rare frogs survivingCalifornia red-legged frogs are thriving in the Santa Monicas again.
National and SepulvedaWestside newsstand keeps on selling magazines. In print.
Reverse springMay was cooler than March in LA. Weather
Earthquake end timesSeismologist Lucy Jones endures 'San Andreas' so you won't have to. Her tweets
Hyperloop hoopHyperloop Technologies looks right at home in the Arts District. More and bigger
Grave number oneAbner Prather was the first veteran buried at the Los Angeles National Cemetery. Backstory
Egg slutstersGrand Central Market's hottest counter. Bigger
Streetscape: Hollywood HillsWe assume the Elvis suits are long gone.
'Mad Men' at the AceMatthew Weiner and the cast screen the 'Mad Men' finale. Iris Schneider photos
Streetscape | Tujunga AvenueTujunga Avenue in Studio City.
Chatsworth Lake ManorOld Checker labeled "Sheriff Monroe County" at the northwest edge of the Valley.
InfrastructureExpo Line, Culver City.
Unstoppable?Riders may disagree. Metro bus on La Brea.
Spring has comeWildflowers and greenery in the Santa Monica Mountains. Here in Malibu
Breaking awayP-33 escapes the Santa Monicas by crossing the 101. Story
Streetscape | BurbankOlive Avenue side of Warner Bros.
Homeless camp on PicoSidewalk encampment on Pico Boulevard in West LA. Photos
Of tsunamis and earthquakesIn one part of Japan, time has stood still since the 2011 tsunami. Story and video