Extra, Extra: Revisiting A Satanist Zine From Los Angeles
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- As a reminder, here are the street closures in West Hollywood tonight for Carnaval.
- An 18-year-old from Australia was killed in a hit-and-run on the freeway in North Hollywood early Saturday morning.
- Four children suffered traumatic injuries when a car plowed into a San Dimas Party City, including a 14-year-old who was airlifted.
- A WWII-era tugboat was destroyed in a fire in Newport Beach.
- Tasers have become "instruments of excessive force" for Border Patrol agents according to this analysis by the L.A. Times. In one disturbing incident, a man was killed after a Taser sparked a fire in his car after an agent fired it inside.
- Blake Griffin is a reader now. Got any recommendations from your summer reading list, Blake?
- The President was way into this toddler's Pope costume, complete with mini-Popemobile.
- The Paris Review revisits a Los Angeles-based Satanist zine founded just 3 months after the Manson murders in 1969.
- Curbed has a handy map of Bela Lugosi's haunts (get it?) throughout L.A.
- Triple Crown winner American Pharoah caps off his career by winning the Breeders' Cup Classic.
- Stay safe out there, tonight! Call a taxi, Uber, or Lyft if you need a ride.
- And finally, here's Tim Curry singing "Halloween Song" from that modern classic, The Worst Witch: