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Southern California homeowners rush to sell as analyst sees ‘new cracks in the market’

By Jonathan Lansner Southern California’s housing market enters the typically slower-selling fall season relatively awash in listings amid a significant cooling of house hunters’ willingness to make a deal. “New cracks in the housing market are demonstrating that the cooling trend is here to stay,” wrote Steven Thomas of ReportsOnHousing that tracks homebuying patterns found in…

There’s a massive new exhibit of California women artists: Here are 5 standouts you won’t want to miss

By Michelle Mills When you visit an art museum, you expect to see works of art by famous names. Not this time. “These women are not household names,” said Joseph Morsman, co-curator of a new exhibition of women artists from California called “Something Revealed: California Women Artists Emerge, 1860-1960” at the Pasadena Museum of History.…

Moon gazers gather in Laguna Woods for Chinese holiday

By Brooke Becher LAGUNA WOODS — Invited by the blood-orange glow of the season’s first full moon, those of East Asian cultures are celebrating harvest and good fortune for the Mid-Autumn Festival, or Moon Festival. Recognized on the 15th day of the eighth month in accordance with the lunar calendar, this year’s Moon Festival took…

Video: Bo Calvert on moving to inside linebacker

By Thuc Nhi Nguyen Linebacker Bo Calvert explains the differences between outside and inside linebacker, what the transition has been like for him since moving positions during training camp and what he’s trying to tell his younger brothers to get them to come to UCLA. [READ MORE HERE] Source: OC Register

Doc Rivers gets political as Clippers push the vote

By Mirjam Swanson There were 87.9 million Americans eligible to vote who were not registered in 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. What does that have to do with the Clippers? Well, they want to help change that. A year ago, on the eve of Clippers’ media day, team owner Steve Ballmer took to…