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ICYMI: Electric Light Orchestra Was...Lit...At The Hollywood Bowl Last Night
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- Lithub has a guide to how to spend a "Literary Long Weekend in L.A.," with some fairly standard but still fun suggestions. On the docket: Bukowski's beloved dive bars, Raymond Chandler haunts, and Vroman's (duh).
- An offensive lineman on the USC football team was ejected from the game against Utah State this afternoon after he got into a physical altercation with one of the referees. Fight on metaphorically next time, man!
- Speaking of football, the dad from Modern Family is going to the Rams game tomorrow.
- Looks like there are going to be a whole lot of weed related items on the November ballot this fall. Seriously, just take a gander at all the cities and counties looking to legalize weed in some way or another. Not even counting the big state level propositions.
- Also on the ballot will be a lot of stuff that has to do with 'zoning.' What is zoning, and why should you care? Well, our friends at Lets Go LA have a handy rundown ready for your eager eyes!
- Electric Light Orchestra played what sounds and looks like a ridiculously good show at the Hollywood Bowl last night (they play again tonight). Here they are doing my favorite jam to karaoke to:
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