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A Look Back — and Ahead — as the LA Convention Center Turns 50

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Beverly Hills’ Golden Triangle Shines Despite the Pandemic

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On Dibbs, fans trade “fractional” sports cards.

Chris Paul-Backed Dibbs Raises $13 Million for Sports Card NFTs

Collectible Holdings Inc., better known as Dibbs, a digital sports card company, raised $13 million in series A funding to grow its nonfungible token platform.
Darren Kettle.

Metrolink Names Darren Kettle as New CEO

Darren Kettle will lead 283 employees and manage a $793 million budget.

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PacMutual in downtown

Hueston Hennigan Signs PacMutual Lease

Law firm Hueston Hennigan has signed a nearly 34,000-square-foot lease expansion and extension at downtown's PacMutual campus.
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The Lakes in West Covina

Osmose Utilities Signs Lease in West Covina

Osmose Utilities Services Inc. has signed a lease for roughly 6,000 square feet at The Lakes in West Covina.
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READER POLL: Has the recent increase in Covid-19 cases around the country caused you to change your summer travel plans?
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UCLA Medical Center rose to No. 3 on U.S. News’ hospital rankings.

UCLA, Cedars Rank Among Nation's Best Hospitals

The 2021-22 edition of U.S. News & World Report rankings put UCLA Medical Center in the No. 3 spot and Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in the No. 6 slot nationally.

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