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Published: Mon, 15 Jan 2018 21:58:52 GMT2018-01-15T21:58:52Z

 



‘Street life is closing in’: Art project in NoMA temporarily displaces homeless - Washington Post

Mon, 15 Jan 2018 18:30:00 GMT2018-01-15T18:30:00Z

‘Street life is closing in’: Art project in NoMA temporarily displaces homeless



Anti-gentrification activists call on politicians, developers to integrate Denver neighborhoods rather than remake them - Denver Post: News: Local

Sat, 13 Jan 2018 18:30:00 GMT2018-01-13T18:30:00Z

Hundreds of people attended Denver's Gentrification Summit Saturday to call on politicians, developers to integrate neighborhoods rather than remake them.



Philip Pumerantz, university founder who helped resurrect osteopathic medicine, dies at 85 - LA Times: Commentary

Fri, 12 Jan 2018 18:30:00 GMT2018-01-12T18:30:00Z

Philip Pumerantz, a former high teacher who helped resurrect the once-maligned practice of osteopathic medicine in California by founding what’s now a bustling medical school, has died at his home in Upland.

Pumerantz, who was one of the longest-serving university presidents in the country when...

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Rinaldi: Spark Gallery’s latest exhibition is a reunion — and a memorial — for Colorado’s displaced galleries - Denver Post: Entertainment

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 18:30:00 GMT2018-01-11T18:30:00Z

"The New Underground" is meant to remind Denverites cashing in on their suddenly valuable homes that something was lost in the great economic transition of the 2010s.



Dueling Denver gentrification forums: Mayor Hancock’s online event Thursday contrasts with community-organized summit - Denver Post: News: Local

Thu, 11 Jan 2018 18:30:00 GMT2018-01-11T18:30:00Z

Denver Mayor Michael Hancock's office is hosting a Facebook live event Thursday night that it bills as exploring gentrification's effects on the city -- two days before a community-organized forum tackles the same topic.



Why Hollywood's homicide rate shrank as assaults rose — a commander's unfiltered analysis - LA Times: Commentary

Wed, 03 Jan 2018 18:30:00 GMT2018-01-03T18:30:00Z

I look at crime stats the way I used to look at baseball statistics when I was a kid. Now, instead of checking on Sandy Koufax’s strikeouts, I check the homicides in each Los Angeles police division.

The other day, on the LAPD website, I came across one stat that struck me as stunning, though in...

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No one would build on barren land near Suitland Metro. So the county is taking the risk. - Washington Post

Mon, 25 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-25T18:30:00Z

No one would build on barren land near Suitland Metro. So the county is taking the risk.



Gentrification Provokes a Coffee Clash in Denver's Five Points - Wall St. Journal: Opinion

Fri, 22 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-22T18:30:00Z

Protesters ought to think about Ink’s employees, some of whom are probably their neighbors.



The year in California: Fighting on multiple fronts - LA Times: Commentary

Tue, 19 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-19T18:30:00Z

It was a year of drought-ending rain, deadly wildfires and fights over free speech on campus. California became a sanctuary state, politicians vowed to fight the Trump administration on climate change, and earthquakes in Mexico reminded us of our own vulnerabilities.(image)



After 157 years in Chinatown, Los Angeles’ oldest hospital shuts its doors - LA Times: Commentary

Sun, 17 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-17T18:30:00Z

Xiaoyuan Yang was pregnant and her husband Weiming Lei needed a job when they moved more than 20 years ago from Guangzhou, China, to Los Angeles.

“We knew nothing, and we didn’t understand anything,” Lei said. “Someone told us to live in Chinatown.”

There, Yang found work at a Chinese restaurant,...

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If California is serious about climate change, the car can't be king of our roads - LA Times: Commentary

Fri, 15 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-15T18:30:00Z

For decades, California’s landmark environmental law has worked in a decidedly un-environmental way.

Enacted in 1970, the California Environmental Quality Act, or CEQA, was supposed to create an environmental review process for building projects and, in theory at least, ensure that new developments...

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“Gentrification moves fast”: A hard look at economic displacement in Denver’s most historic black neighborhood - Headlines: All Headlines

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-14T18:30:00Z

For many people in east Denver, Welton Street Café is the definition of a community institution. But its owner said his restaurant is just as much at risk of being pushed out by the forces of gentrification as many other long-time residents of Five Points.



The new D.C.: Outside an REI that sells tents, desperate people are living in them - Washington Post

Thu, 14 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-14T18:30:00Z

The new D.C.: Outside an REI that sells tents, desperate people are living in them



St. Paul teachers want companies, nonprofits to pay more for schools - Minnesota Public Radio: News

Wed, 13 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-13T18:30:00Z

The teachers union says tax breaks let the city's businesses and nonprofits avoid paying their fair share for schools. Union leaders want the school board to join them in ramping up the pressure. Some companies are not pleased.(image)



Gentrification is changing Denver schools. Committee offers suggestions to fix that. - Headlines: All Headlines

Tue, 12 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-12T18:30:00Z

To address declining enrollment and combat segregation, Denver schools should consider committee recommendations.



Jordan’s plan of shiny city in the desert met by skepticism - Washington Post: World

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-07T18:30:00Z

A shiny new city is to arise from Jordan’s desert over the next three decades, potentially rivaling the kingdom’s capital of Amman, a rapidly growing and increasingly unwieldy metropolis of 4 million people.



Jordan's plan of shiny city in the desert met by skepticism - AP Top News

Thu, 07 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-07T18:30:00Z

MADOUNEH, Jordan (AP) -- A shiny new city is to arise from Jordan's desert over the next three decades, potentially rivaling the kingdom's capital of Amman, a rapidly growing and increasingly unwieldy metropolis of 4 million people....



In an election about race, gentrification and party loyalty, Atlanta waits for a recount to determine its next mayor - LA Times: Nation

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-05T18:30:00Z

It was an agonizing choice for Gerald Griggs.

As a black man — a 39-year-old attorney and community activist — he felt the weight of civil rights history here and his loyalty to Democrats pulling him toward the black mayoral candidate, Keisha Lance Bottoms, a city councilwoman and the standard...

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Atlanta mayoral race ends in a near deadlock, as one candidate demands a recount - LA Times: Commentary

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-05T18:30:00Z

In a runoff election that drew into relief questions of race and political party allegiance, a black Democrat held a 759-vote lead over a white independent after the initial vote count early Wednesday to be the next mayor of Atlanta.

Keisha Lance Bottoms, an attorney and city councilwoman representing...

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EagleBank’s chief executive attacks report alleging insider loan scheme - Washington Post

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-05T18:30:00Z

EagleBank’s chief executive attacks report alleging insider loan scheme



Amid anxieties over gentrification, art institution is one step closer to securing its future in Boyle Heights - LA Times: Commentary

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-05T18:30:00Z

Amid concerns about displacement that at one point roped it into an ongoing battle over gentrification, a venerable Eastside art institution got closer to securing its future through a planned purchase of its longtime headquarters in Boyle Heights.

The Los Angeles City Council voted Tuesday to...

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While Southern California battles its wildfires, we have to start preparing for our hotter, drier future - LA Times: Commentary

Tue, 05 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-05T18:30:00Z

Wildfires have been a part of the California ecosystem since long before modern settlement, let alone the exurban sprawl that brings housing and development into fire-prone areas. We tend to deal with the possibility of raging firestorms abstractly — local governments do a little planning, fire...

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GNC Hires Adviser---Again---to Explore Alternatives - Wall St. Journal: US Business

Sun, 03 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-03T18:30:00Z

GNC Holdings Inc. said Monday it has hired an adviser to explore strategic alternatives nearly three months after it brought in a new chief executive.



Silicon Valley Struggles to Add Conservatives to Its Ranks - Wall St. Journal: Asia

Fri, 01 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-01T18:30:00Z

Some tech employees say their politics are unwelcome in an industry dominated by liberal views.



Colorado Division of Insurance recovered $8.5 million for consumers in 12 months - Denver Post: News: Local

Fri, 01 Dec 2017 18:30:00 GMT2017-12-01T18:30:00Z

Consumers pocketed $8,517,970 rightfully owed them by their insurance companies between July 2016 and June of this year thanks to investigations performed by the Colorado Division of Insurance's consumer services team