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Native Intelligence archive
for January 2012
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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
Music at Doheny MansionIris Schneider takes in some chamber music with the Da Camera Society. More
The name fits in SawtelleSawtelle Japantown is LA's newest blue-sign neighborhood. Kevin Roderick
Giant coreopsis bloomThat time again at Point Dume headlands. Here in Malibu
Villaraigosa's new cribFormer mayor buys a $2.5 million contemporary in Beachwood Canyon.
Streetscape | Pico BoulevardMan and his skeleton riding tandem in Santa Monica. Photo: Sean Roderick
Desertscape | Mojave boxcarBoxcar on siding, Mojave Air and Space Port.
Streetscape | Colby AvenueQuonset hut on the Westside. You'll never guess the address.
Streetscape | Sunset BoulevardSilver Lake near Sunset Junction.
6th Street bridge designRenderings for the the 6th Street Viaduct and an NFL stadium for Carson. Inside
Last Remaining SeatsEd Fuentes' advice on what to wear and where to eat.
Broad museumIris Schneider takes the tour of the art museum coming to Bunker Hill. Photos
Maestra CanellakisKarina Canellakis and more reviewed. Native Intelligence
Hollyhock House reopensIris Schneider's photos from the reopened Barnsdall Park landmark. Native Intelligence
Al Martinez rememberedBill Boyarsky and Steve Lopez spoke at a memorial gathering at Bergamot Station. Photo: Iris Schneider.
Streetscape | BroadwayBridal and quinceañera dresses in DTLA. Photo: Iris Schneider.
Razed but not forgottenThe former Village Books has been torn down to remake Pacific Palisades. More
Night on BroadwayMovie palaces were packed on open house night. Photos by Iris Schneider
TV news oopsDoes Rich Fields seem perplexed by KCAL's spelling of precipitation?
No more Mr. Disguise guyJonathan Gold drops his anonymity as documentary screens at Sundance. More