2022: Year in Review – Los Angeles Times

2022: Year in Review – Los Angeles Times

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  • December 18, 2022
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2022 isn’t over yet, but we’ve all aged more than a year in California. Fighting drought, a “triple disease” and racism at LA City Hall was quite demoralizing. We also mourned the death of the most famous mountain lion in LA history. Rest in Peace, S-22.

But not everything is terrible.

While P-22 may not be with us anymore, we can all celebrate another reptilian celebrity from LA: Reggie the alligator, who’s still going strong at the Los Angeles Zoo. Also this year saw the release of a number of great books by famous authors such as Celeste Ng and Rachel Aviv, and the LA Times hosted many memorable book club events featuring some of these talented writers. And while the COVID-19 pandemic isn’t over, museums and galleries are getting back on track with exhibitions exploring gender equality and climate change.

Each of these themes is covered in our lists below, which include the most notable events of the year. We hope you can find some solace in a recommended book, inspirational piece of art, or if you’re a lover of small creatures, follow the mission of one man fighting to end California’s ban on ferrets.

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