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Lunch News: The End Is Near
- Hey, we're big fans of HBO's John from Cincinnati, but some find it "maddening to see a show this bad."
- Sherman Oaks based Coast to Coast AM, a widely syndicated radio show about “the unusual mysteries of the world and the universe,” as lede for a New York Times Magazine article on the 2012 apocalypse as predicted by the Mayans.
- A "no-kill" policy for abandoned and stray pets in Los Angeles is a worthy goal that will not be easy to reach.
- Two years ago today, it was day one for Mayor Villaraigosa. What has he done and how will the city end up after his last two years of this term?
Photo taken on Hollywood Blvd. last night.