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  1. One man’s 1,648-page quest to preserve an American watch company’s history

    Fredric J. Friedberg, a retired attorney, spent a decade writing an in-depth history of the Illinois Watch Co., which closed nearly 90 years ago. (Allen J. Schaben/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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  2. They turn ’49 Mercurys and Shelby Cobras into EVs, one Tesla carcass at a time

    Jonathan Ward’s Icon created this “Derelict” 1949 Mercury Coupe EV by converting the classic car to an electric vehicle powered by Tesla batteries. (Myung J. Chun/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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  3. Okies disappearing from Dust Bowl Festival, replaced by Latino migrants tending California’s fields

    Jo Nash, 94, left, and her friend Pat Jones, 80, dance to the music of the Bakersfield All-Star Band featuring Jimmy Phillips at the Dust Bowl Festival at Weedpatch Camp. Nash and her family migrated to the area from Oklahoma in the 1940s, and she grew up at the camp. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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  4. California students heard shots and ran. ‘When I go home, I’m going to cry’

    Parents are reunited with their kids at Saugus High School, where a shooting Thursday morning, Nov. 14, 2019 left one dead and at least four others wounded on the Santa Clarita, Calif., campus. (Al Seib/Los Angeles Times/TNS)
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  5. Seattle faith groups reckon with AI … and what it means to be ‘truly human’

    Theologian Ted Peters talks about "Robotics, Artificial Intelligence, & Transhumanism: Can Technology Enhance the Image of God?" to a crowd of parishioners at Queen Anne Lutheran Church Sunday September 29, 2019. (Bettina Hansen/Seattle Times/TNS)
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