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- The top ten most wanted in Orange County, now named.
- Endangered birds now even more endangered: Condors + Big Sur Fire = Not a good day for wildlife experts.
- Locally, fireworks on the 4th were not so good (read, death) for birds.
- Arthur has left the house: "After six years in Los Angeles, Arthur editor/publisher Jay Babcock has relocated Arthur’s editorial headquarters to Brooklyn, effective immediately." The magazine was also in need of $20,000 by July 1st or it would go away. The money was raised and the next issue will be printed.
- The National Hispanic Vietnam Veterans Memorial and the surrounding area is not looking so good, notes Ed Fuente from View from a Loft after a visit this weekend.
- 138 acres, $22 million, one big neighbor: the Hollywood Sign.
- Bicycles in this city are definitely controversial these days and there are lots of cycling issues on this Wednesday's City Council Transportation Committee meeting.
- Pat at Eating L.A. updates us on new pizza places, among other types of food, in Silver Lake and Los Feliz. Who wants to go to Garage Pizza and eat the Tree-Hugger? But how could we pass up Lucifer's pun of claiming their nosh as "damned good pizza"?