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A key reason protesters have been able to keep the demonstrations going and maintain the world’s attention: They were ready to do battle in cyberspace.
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Along with photographer @WallySkalij , @jorgecastillo spent time with his family, friends and Julio Urías himself. It’s a story on the #Dodgers ’ ace that hasn’t been done, one that attempts to shed a light on the famous but private pitcher.
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Urias and his father would take a 12-hour bus ride to Guadalajara for surgeries whenever his eye was sealing shut. His dad estimated Julio had 10 surgeries by age 10. @jorgecastillo traveled to Mexico for a deep dive on the #Dodgers pitcher.
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Julio Urías rose to prominence as a teenage phenom from Culiacán, making his major league debut at 19. An eye problem, one he’s dealt with since birth, only fueled the attention. He was the boy with the bad left eye and the great left arm.
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(From the archives; 1997)
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Coolio, whose real name was Artis Leon Ivey Jr., was best known for the 1995 song "Gangsta’s Paradise." The song, featured in the movie “Dangerous Minds,” won the 1996 Grammy for best solo rap performance and was nominated for song of the year
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Asian Americans often struggle to talk about mental health with people in their community. The L.A. Times wants to hear about those difficult conversations. Tell us how you talk about mental health with your loved ones here:
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“People don’t know they need help. They don’t know that they are drowning,” said Katherine Yeom, the executive director of Korean American Family Services. But the last few years made them “realize that maybe they do need to get help.”
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