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Extra, Extra: Akbar Has a Birthday, The Palins Want Another TV Show, and The Kings are Leaderless
- The head of L.A. World Airports is stepping down for a job in Dallas.
- Silver Lake's Akbar celebrates its 15th anniversary.
- 826LA worked with middle-schoolers to write poetry.
- The LA Times Pressmen have approved a new contract.
- The Palins are trying to shop a new reality show about Todd, and it's falling somewhat flat.
- The Kings fired their coach.
- A disabled woman is suing the city of L.A., claiming that new housing in her neighborhood doesn't comply with requirements for tenants such as herself.