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A new LAUSD superintendent, finding new ways to promote safer sex, ‘Saved by the Bell’ pop-up serves up nostalgia

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File: Austin Beutner on stage during the preview of The Broad Stage 2010-2011 schedule at The Broad Stage on April 22, 2010 in Santa Monica.
File: Austin Beutner on stage during the preview of The Broad Stage 2010-2011 schedule at The Broad Stage on April 22, 2010 in Santa Monica.

LAUSD taps outsider Austin Beutner as superintendent, public health officials get creative, "Saved by the Bell" themed diner pops up in WeHo.

Austin Beutner is a former banker with no history working as an educator. But the newly appointed superintendent of the Los Angeles Unified School District he does have a history with the school system.
LAUSD just tapped Austin Beutner for superintendent. He's an untraditional pick, but it's not uncommon for outsiders to be brought into education systems.
A retrospective of jarring, creative and groundbreaking safer sex campaigns is now on display in the exhibition "Lost and Found" at the ONE Gallery in West Hollywood.
The creators hope this "Saved by the Bell playground" is fit to please even the biggest preppies.
Growing up, Lauren Messer had a large team to help her deal with her rare neurological disease. Now that she's 21, her mom is scrambling to assemble a new team.
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