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Extra, Extra: Expensive Gas, a Jazzy Hollywood Alley and a Farm's End

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  • Gas prices increase for the 27th day in a row in Los Angeles.
  • Police officers' search for aspiring actress continues.
  • The 60 year legacy of Ishibashi’s farm in Torrance has come to an end.
  • A 1907 home in Altadena designed by Louis B. Easton enters the market.
  • Hollywood's new East Cahuenga Alley (EaCa) has been remodeled and features dining spots.
  • The 3rd Annual Los Angeles Animation Festival kicks off Wednesday and will feature new classics and new artists.
  • Hundreds of students at John Muir protested the replacement of their principal in a walk out.