Awards Editor, Variety
Film and TV editor/writer, professional wine drinker, confesses to enjoying a lot of bad reality shows.
kcet.org — Park-poor Los Angeles: perhaps it's no surprise that many of the city's earliest parks were born of refuse lands. Flush with public land inherited from California's land grant days, Los Angeles was practically giving away real estate in the latter half of the nineteenth century, donating lots to private individuals or auctioning off tracts to fill the city's coffers.
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