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- Oh, Apple. "Just in time for the release of a new iPhone, AT&T will stop letting new customers sign up for its unlimited Internet data plan for smart phones and iPads and charge more for users who hog the most bandwidth."
- Relief for Venice? Temporary oversize vehicle parking restrictions were approved by the L.A. City Council today in hopes to thwart a vehicular homeless population finding home on the streets.
- Preservation or room for pedestrians and bicycles? The fight over the fate of the historic North Spring Street viaduct heads to the L.A. City Council after it was approved by the public works board.
- USC's NeonTommy has published a ten-part package on the L.A. Urban League's Neighborhoods@Work program -- a five year, $25 million program to revitalize Crenshaw High School and the surrounding 70 block community.
- Heads up: Caltrans will close both the on- and off-ramps at the San Fernando Road exit on the 134 Freeway from 8 p.m. Thursday night to 8 p.m. Friday night. (via press release)
- Goodbye to Molly's Charbroiler in Hollywood?
- All about the Ponzi schemer of Sherman Oaks.
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