Walmart plans to start construction on its first grocery story in Los Angeles County this summer at a site on the edge of LA’s Chinatown. Local labor and advocacy groups plan to fight the development, saying the world’s biggest retailer isn’t too kind to new environments and its competition. Downtown boosters, however, say it’s yet another example of how the area has come into its own over the past few years. Also, the Los Angeles Times goes the New York Times’ route and will start charging for much of its content online. How will the new paywall work? (KCRW’s Steve Chiotakis fills in for Warren)

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  • Lisbon Travel said:

    It´s like a plague..

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