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Dear Los Angeles features snippets of diary entries and letters written between 1542 to 2018. Above, daybreak over downtown LA in December 2011. Frederic J. Brown/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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'Dear Los Angeles' Collects Nearly 5 Centuries Of Opinions About The City

A new book features snippets of diary entries and letters written between 1542 to 2018. Editor David Kipen says it's "a collective self-portrait of Los Angeles when it thought nobody was looking."

Slam
OH Plaid
Sci-Fidelity Free the Robots
Granite Rock Free the Robots
Memory Mouse On The Keys
Spider Hands Yppah
Neighborhoods Yppah

Stacey Abrams addresses supporters at an election watch party on Nov. 6, 2018. Although Abrams lost her bid to be Georgia's governor, Democrats have tapped her to deliver the response to President Trump's State of the Union address. Jessica McGowan/Getty Images hide caption

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Stacey Abrams, Voting Rights Activist, To Deliver Democrats' Response To Trump

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Stacey Abrams Win Jay Rock
Wasted [Instrumental] Gucci Mane

Eleven-year-old Jonah Larson's favorite hobby is crocheting, which he turned into a business. He made this blanket in January during a snow day from school. Courtesy of Jennifer Larson hide caption

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Wisconsin Boy Is Hooked On Crocheting And Giving Back

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'Dear Los Angeles' Collects Nearly 5 Centuries Of Opinions About The City

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Love Theme From Chinatown [Main Title] Jerry Goldsmith
Hu-getsu Herajika Tracks
They Disappear Into the Palms Lights Out Asia
An Imperfect System Lights Out Asia
Good Evening Near the Parenthesis
Rama Earthrise Soundsystem
Tuur Raeo
Many Things
Symmetry
New Nautilus Gramatik

Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein announced charges against alleged Chinese hackers at the Justice Department. But an increase in indictments hasn't led to a decrease in cyberattacks. Manuel Balce Ceneta/AP hide caption

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Charges Against Chinese Hackers Are Now Common. Why Don't They Deter Cyberattacks?

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