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Israel unrest, Dodger TV fight, drought etiquette and more




A Santa Monica city employee washes down the Promenade early Tuesday morning. The Promenade is pressured washed daily but much of the water is reclaimed and used to water local parks, a maintenance supervisor said.
A Santa Monica city employee washes down the Promenade early Tuesday morning. The Promenade is pressured washed daily but much of the water is reclaimed and used to water local parks, a maintenance supervisor said.
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Today, we start with a discussion about the unrest between Palentine and Israel. Then, developers turn the Yo app into a tool that helps Israeli civilians. Plus, Time Warner and DirectTV continue their fight over the Dodgers, advice columnist Amy Alkon explains how to be a good person during a drought, creating patrons of the arts through crowdfunding, and much more.