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  • An American Man and a Swedish woman took the top honors at today's Los Angeles Triathlon.
  • There's an active Los Angeles branch of the Occupy Wall Street movement and they're holding rallies at Pershing Square — or anywhere they can get some visibility.
  • Unionized grocery workers voted to accept the 3-year contract hammered out by union leaders and managers.
  • A gay literary landmark at Sunset Junction, once the site of "A Different Light," was bulldozed.
  • Echo Park Lake is pretty much empty.
  • Here is how LACMA is going to move a really, really, really heavy rock.
  • Authorities in New York want you to beware of a man in Rolling Hills Estates promising to take your donations for Hurricane Irene relief.