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  • Bill Rosendahl, happy warrior

     Bill Rosendahl, happy warrior
    Robert Kennedy was a young Bill Rosendahl's hope for the White House, but Kennedy's rival, Hubert Humphrey, practiced the "happy warrior" style of politics that represents the principles Rosendahl has embraced. As he leaves the Los Angeles City Council after two terms, his eight years in office (and a diagnosis of cancer, now in remission) have not extinguished Rosendahl's cheerfulness, but they have given his warrior side an instruction booklet.
  • Upscale Mar Vista isn't rolling with pot shop

    Upscale Mar Vista isn't rolling with pot shop
    The Highland Park Patient Collective has been praised by Yelp reviewers for its sample room where patients can try their meds, its PlayStation 3 and stockpile of games and its cheap outdoor kush that's good for rolling blunts. But don't expect the...

    Now Comes the Heavy Lifting

    "I am going to take on the challenge." That's Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa talking about skid row. He went there twice last week and walked the streets, eyes wide open. So he knows he's understating things when he calls it a challenge. As a...

    Labor federation backs seven for Los Angeles City Council

    The powerful L.A. County Federation of Labor threw its weight behind seven L.A. City Council candidates in the March 5 election -- but remained silent on the three biggest contests.

    Redistricting map shakes up L.A. political landscape

    Los Angeles' Redistricting Commission released its proposed boundary lines for 15 City Council seats, pushing one district deeper into the San Fernando Valley, pulling another completely out of it and employing what Councilman Bill Rosendahl called an...