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- Authorities in Pacific Palisades are working on the case of the dead man found inside an area parking lot early this morning.
- The LA Weekly looks into the Octo-Drama, and wonders why the Pro-Life and Feminist camps haven't rushed to Nadya Suleman's defense.
- Dangerous behind the wheel time for an 88-year-old man yesterday who mistook the gas for the brake and drove into a Redondo Beach restaurant.
- Following up on our Pico-Olympic traffic plan post this morning, Damien Newton at Streetsblog LA sums up all that you need to know before this week's set of public meetings.
- Do you have a favorite building in Los Angeles? Nominate it for consideration to be part of MyhistoricLA (via Flavorpill).
- Fans and/or residents of Pasadena looking for more web coverage of your city and the SGV will want to check out the new Hometown-Pasadena.com site.
- Should we expect the LA Times to become a lot lighter? As in fluffy? Looks like they're amping up their celebrity coverage.
- The web can be so dreamy...and, Saturday night, so Streamy!
- Here we go again... "Officials are investigating a central California plant that processed pistachios tied to nationwide recalls of trail mix and bagged nuts because of possible salmonella contamination," says the Associated Press.
- Attention students, the Kogi BBQ experience now has a 101 how-to guide.
- And, this was bound to happen: A lawsuit based on Twittering. The accused: Courtney Love. The rocker-actress-shit disturber allegedly used Twitter to mount a hate campaign against a fashion designer.