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  • There was a 5.1 earthquake in Mexico this afternoon. It's said to be an aftershock.
  • The fight between supporters and detractors of the second phase of the Expo Line between Culver City and Santa Monica has been taken to another level.
  • Journalist Michael Linder asks if Villaraigosa's legacy will be as the Mayor who wrecked Los Angeles.
  • Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens is retiring, KPCC publishes examples of cases where he was the key vote.
  • "Timothy White, the youngest victim and last survivor of a notorious California kidnapping saga whose rescue offered hope to parents of missing children, has died," says KTLA.
  • A developer in Arcadia is on day six of a hunger strike, bringing attention to the city's planning codes that won't allow him to build a dense mixed-use development near a future Gold LIne Foothill station.
  • Star Trek fans who want pieces from the set should head to Las Vegas as Saturday is the day for the Star Trek: The Experience warehouse sale.
  • Local art maven Bettina Korek asks if comics are dead.
  • Don't forget to enter our contest to win a Silver Membership to the Premiere Marquee Club for shows at the Greek Theatre and Gibson Ampitheatre. Winners get three shows of their choice and more perks!