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A year ago, at age 26, Elizabeth Alcantar was sworn in as the youngest mayor in the city of Cudahy. Exactly one week later, on Jan. 14, Delta Air Lines Flight 89 declared an emergency and dumped 15,000 gallons of jet fuel on multiple East Los Angeles and South Bay communities, including Cudahy, kicking off a tumultuous one-year term for the young politician.

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So Long 2019, Hello (New) Roaring 20s

The time has come, dear readers, for the last Millennial Pulse column of the year. And what a year, am I right? The drama....

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Multiple studies have shown that Millennials spend more when shopping – both in person and online – than members of older generations. The Millennial...

From The Headlines: What Are Millennials Up To Now?

When we started this column, my goal was, as it remains, to present a more realistic picture of the Millennial generation than what is...

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When I was in elementary school – I can’t remember how old I was, maybe nine – my family and I took a cross-country...

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