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Life on the Edge doesn't mind that the LA Harbor has stopped exploring the use of low-profile cranes. The high cranes, they say, are an essential part of the San Pedro landscape. The picture proves their point.

Newcomer Los Angeles City Nerd is worried about the Valley's Woodbridge Park, which might be taken over by the city for a sewer project. There will be a rally (pro-park, anti-sewage) on Saturday.

Franklin Avenue has news of yet another tear-down, this time the Old Spaghetti Factory in Hollywood. Couldn't they just knock out the kitchen?

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MusicGlob caught Wolfmother at Cinespace and even captured some video. Since we haven't seen them since Arthurfest, we're grateful: Wolfmother ROCKS. You Set the Scene went to the mellower Jeff Tweedy show on Monday at the Fonda and posts a meticulous set list — 26 songs!

The 1947 Project's Crime Bus will make its seminal Dahlia Tour once again on February 26. Try to imagine what the city looked like 56 years ago as you hear the story of the Black Dahlia from those who are brilliantly, unhealthily obsessed.