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Curbed LA 13h
The wind-driven , which has burned more than 98,000 acres, is the latest example of California’s age of "megafires."
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High-speed rail authority narrowing down routes through Los Angeles.
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One Beverly Hills sells to the owners of the Beverly Hilton.
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City of Malibu 15h
Mandatory evacuation area has been lifted for additional areas of for RESIDENTS with ID only, from east city limit west to Corral Canyon, as of 2PM, Thurs, Nov 15. Details at
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Curbed LA 19h
Do you have ideas about simple changes that could make LA’s streets more safe for walking and biking? Join Curbed’s urbanism editor for a curbside chat at ’s free festival on Saturday, November 17.
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Empty Hollywood library will be converted to women’s shelter.
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California has entered the era of the “megafire.”
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containment grows to 57 percent, tally of buildings destroyed now tops 500.
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Curbed LA Nov 14
Here’s how the Woolsey Fire stacks up to LA’s most destructive wildfires.
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Curbed LA Nov 14
The Woolsey Fire is the latest example of California’s age of "megafires."
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Curbed LA Nov 14
Gold Line light rail extension may not reach Claremont until 2028.
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Curbed LA Nov 14
Uber's Jump e-bikes and e-scooters are now on the streets in the city of LA. Here's how to ride them.
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Curbed LA Nov 14
Do you have ideas about simple changes we could make to our streets to get more Angelenos walking and biking? Join Curbed’s urbanism editor for a curbside chat at ’s free festival on Saturday, November 17.
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Curbed LA Nov 14
LA didn't win Amazon's second headquarters. But the company still has big plans in the area.
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Curbed LA Nov 14
burned part of an old nuclear research site in the Simi Hills—should residents be alarmed?
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Curbed LA Nov 14
City committee signs off on deal that would give nearly $100 million in incentives to AEG to expand convention center.
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Curbed LA Nov 13
Forced out of their neighborhoods since Friday, residents across much of Malibu are finally returning tonight.
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Curbed LA Nov 13
The potential for architectural loss because of the is enormous. Malibu is not a cookie-cutter city.
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City of Agoura Hills Nov 13
The following areas will be reopened to residents starting at 3 pm on Tues.: City of Agoura Hills will have limited areas in the Liberty Canyon area reopened today, which will include neighborhoods: South of Agoura Rd, East of Cornell Rd, West of Las Virgenes Road
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Curbed LA Nov 13
83% of all National Parks Service land in the Santa Monica Mountains has burned.
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