Monthly Archives: October 2016

Tenant activists divided over LA housing measure

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The One Santa Fe complex in the Arts District includes affordable housing. MAYA SUGARMAN/KPCC ^play By: Josie Huang Next month, L.A. voters will decide if more of the city’s housing developers should be required to designate some units in their future buildings for lower-income tenants. The initiative, known as Measure JJJ, requires developers to set […]

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In Boyle Heights, a Gallery Operated by a Beverly Hills Talent Agency Is the Latest to Draw Ire

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BY CATHERINE WAGLEY   On September 17, the day United Talent Agency officially opened Artist Space, its pseudo-gallery in a former manufacturing building in Boyle Heights, well-dressed visitors ate shrimp tacos outside on Anderson Street. Inside they hovered around the work of Larry Clark, the New York-based filmmaker and photographer who made the gritty film Kids (in which […]

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