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Extra, Extra, We Don't Always Hear Things Right Either
- Approximately 40 tenants of an Echo Park landlord - who also happens to be a UCLA professor who teaches at the business school - protested yesterday outside of his classroom in Westwood for illegally evicting Section 8 renters - Daily Bruin
- Phil Spector's driver who once said that he heard the famed producer say that the thought he might have killed someone, today testified that sometimes he misunderstands what Spector says - LAT
- A married couple is charged with stabbing a man to death at Mel's Diner - KNBC
- Sherman Oaks Jewish center gets second anti-Semitic letter in two weeks - Daily News
- LA Death Tours now all the rage - AP
- LA Sheriff says Hilton will do at least three weeks in the slam - Access Hollywood
- San Diego Baskin Robbins fined a half million dollars for ripping people off on "hand packed pints". Apparently they paid for a pint and usually got about 4oz less than that - Consumerist
- A Fresno high school has elected the nation's first transgendered prom queen - Fresno Bee
detail of "When in Rome" by Cynner_SF
- Britney Spears says that our prayers have been answered. So weed's legal? - Defamer
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