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- Some are starting to apply the Manhattan phrase "bridge and tunnel" to suburbanites who visit downtown Los Angeles.
- Oh, really? The recession supposedly ended in 2009.
- Want the home once owned by William Randolph Hearst? No, not his castle up the coast, the one in Beverly Hills. It's up for sale right now and it's all yours for $95 million.
- Remember that Janitors for Justice protest in Century City last month? 10 people who were arrested charged by the city attorney's office today.
- America, overweight: "Even without Food and Drug Administration approval for use in kids, gastric bands are becoming a popular choice for teens undergoing weight-loss surgery."
- AT&T is dealing with dead zones in San Francisco. But what about Los Angeles?
- Here in L.A. County, sales taxes in various cities are some of the highest in the state.
- What's killing California's sea otters? Despite increases in shark activity, it's not them.