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- LA Weekly is calling shenanigans on the potential downtown location for Eli Broad's museum. "What can $1 a year get a billionaire these days?" they ask. "Evidently, a property worth $7.7 million."
- Banksy is still hitting up California, giving San Francisco lots of love (we want more in LA!).
- In what police believe is a gang-related crime, a man was attacked and stabbed at least 12 times in broad daylight in downtown on Saturday.
- Get happy in 5 minutes with “green exercise”
- The Hollywood Post Office has been posthumously renamed after Hollywood's honorary Mayor Johnny Grant.
- An Iraqi boy who was set on fire while playing outside his Baghdad house in 2007 and brought to Sherman Oaks' Grossman Burn Center for treatment was granted asylum to stay in the U.S.
- Do you love or hate Echo Park? Two videos share those sentiments (with the "hate" one oddly showing the neighborhood blow up--odd!).
- A "delightfully inappropriate combination:" barbed wires and a "Watch for Kids" sign spotted in Silver Lake.
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