One Sentence AM News - Banksy is Coming, Banksy is Coming

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No one knows where he will strike but prolific stencil graffiti artist Banksy (aka Robert Banks) from Bristol, England, will make a much anticipated ”Barely Legal” L.A. appearance (or at least his work will) on September 15-17 at a super secret location that won’t be disclosed until the day of the event. - Caroline on Crack

we have a date for the first opening of H&M in SoCal: September 21st in pasadena located at 60 W. Colorado Blvd. Beverly Center and Westfield Santa Anita to follow later this year with no set dates. - terra non firma

Because we caught the full 90 minutes of Prince, we never made it to any other of the Emmy events. - Franklin Avenue

A man apparently impersonating a police officer inadvertently pulled over the wrong person - a Glendale police detective. - CBS2

I watched 9/11 this weekend and the whole movie was ruined because of Nick Cage’s crusty lips. - xTx

Richard L. Armitage, a former deputy secretary of state, has acknowledged that he was the person whose conversation with a columnist in 2003 prompted a long, politically laden criminal investigation in what became known as the C.I.A. leak case, a lawyer involved in the case said on Tuesday. - NY Times

Presenting duties will be handled by the ubiquitous Paris Hilton, Lindsay Lohan, Axl Rose, Kanye West, Snoop Dogg, Pussycat Dolls, LL Cool J, Diddy, 50 Cent and Sarah Silverman, with the not-so-sedate Black serving as ringmaster of this wild circus. - ABC

In The Lost Girls, an oversized, pricey ($75) and very graphic novel, Moore and artist Melinda Gebbie (his fiancée) imagine the X-rated escapades of three of the world's most beloved storybook heroines: Wendy from Peter Pan, Dorothy from The Wizard of Oz and Lewis Carroll's Alice. - USA Today

If you'll recall, her insurance company said having sex with multiple partners in multiple orifices, that's OK. But playing football is too dangerous. - Fishbowl LA

Pet owners in unincorporated areas of Los Angeles County have an additional six months to get their dogs neutered and microchipped after a vote Tuesday by the Board of Supervisors. - LA Daily News

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