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- To boost ridership, WiFi has been proposed to travel with riders on the Gold Line - Curbed LA

- Dogs in Echo Park as a hot issue - Chicken Corner

- Nevermind. Thomas Mauk has decided to stay with Orange County instead of moving to LA County as Chief Administrative Officer - LAO

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- Kobe = suspended. Lakers will still win tonight against the Knicks - NY Times

- The city council race for district 6 just heated up as the EAA endorsed one of the incumbent's challengers - Mayor Sam

- New York City to get robotic garages and we are curious if LA will ever get them - CNN

- What LA neighborhoods used to be independent cities? - LACityNerd

- What's inside George Bush's Netflix queue? - Hacking NetFlix

- 10 foods for a good night's sleep - Lifehacker

- Dig Lounge votes Ye Rustic Inn as a good place to watch the Super Bowl, but wants more options - Dig Lounge

- iFilm will show all the Super Bowl commercials after the game - UPI

- Tailgaters, drifters and people who cut others off beget a blog for one guy who has had enough - LA Voice

- Rain slick roads caused a driver to slam into a fire hydrant making the roads even more wet with the Hollywood Geyser - CBS2

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- After her Sherman Oaks crash that caused a death, Brandy is being sued for $50 million - TMZ

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