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- Of the 169 medical marijuana dispensaries that applied to stay open under L.A.'s ordinance, only 41 can actually stay open.
- Lots of talk this week over a LA Times article called Blogger beware: Postings can lead to lawsuits. Take note, however, it's not just the bloggers, anonymous commenters can see trouble as well.
- One of the largest LED video displays is being installed at L.A. Live. How big? 8,000 square-foot big.
- A $120 million transportation hub at Burbank Airport has been approved by the city.
- Two teens are suing Facebook over the "like" feature. Speaking of which, have you liked LAist on Facebook yet? (we couldn't help it)
- "Federal environmental officials are proposing a ban on cruise ships and cargo ships dumping sewage in the three miles closest to California's shores."
- Occidental College now has a small car sharing program with Zip Car. If it does well, they will expand it beyond the current two vehicles being used.
- Want VIP tickets to FYF Fest? We're giving five pairs away, enter here!