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Neighbor Cities May Also Pay for L.A. Wage Hike

POLITICS: West Hollywood, Santa Monica leaders mull impact of following suit.

City of L.A.’s wage hike plan may raise pressure on neighbors to do same.

L.A.’s Wage Will Rise

Consider L.A.’s minimum wage hiked.

Protests Planned at L.A. Water Bottling Plant

Activists are planning to show up by the busload outside of Nestle Waters North America’s bottling facilities in downtown Los Angeles and Sacramento on Wednesday.

Hunt for Maternity Clothes Gives Birth to Business

RESALE: Owner launches Mama San Boutique to let expectant moms try on items.

April Lawrence didn’t want to compromise her budget or style just because she was pregnant.

Fight for Ticket Goes His Way

Adrian Watson had been thinking of attending the Floyd Mayweather-Manny Pacquiao fight since the matchup was first floated years ago.

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Water Worries Circle Catalina

TOURISM: Businesses feel cuts as summer season nears.

Business owners fear water restrictions could sink Catalina’s busy summer season.

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Law Firm Won’t Keep It Brief With Relocation

Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith is staying put.

Workspace Makes Room For Women

Jen Mojo launched Paper Dolls to host female entrepreneurs.

Jen Mojo started Paper Dolls to provide office space that works for women entrepreneurs.

Green Space Taken To New Height

Downtown building grows profile with 80-foot ‘living wall.’

Rising Realty Partners looks to elevate the status of its PacMutual Campus with a towering “living wall.”

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Stepping In, Up

RETAIL: Warehouse Shoe Sale prepares expansion plan based on setting up in low-cost properties in working-class locations.

Warehouse Shoe Sale has stepped past malls to set up standalone shops in working-class neighborhoods.

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