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To give Andersen his due, Los Angeles Plays Itself is a personal essay, and despite something mushy in its structure and unassuageably smartass in its tone, it's at least quite watchable and lights up now and then with moments honorably impassioned on behalf of a city the director loves, the inexorable ruin of which he resents and mourns.
However, this transgressive figure is ultimately fixed into a stereotypical identity of a black man in wartime Los Angeles.
Children attending the West Angeles Christian Academy (pre-kindergarten through eighth grade) use educational software on the computers and conduct research.
Streetcar companies made one last attempt to boost their fortunes in the 1920s with a plan to build elevated tracks, but the Los Angeles Times crusaded against them, decrying "their darkening shadows and their depressive gloom,' and the proposal was defeated at the polls.