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Extra, Extra - Our little Courtney is Growing Up
- Courtney Love was a good girl, judge removes her from probation, she cries. "Thank you for not taking me into custody... You've been a good, fair judge. Sorry for crying." E! News
- SUV chased by LAPD crashes into a house near Exposition Park - Mercury News
- LA Opera gets $4 million to help recover music suppressed by the Nazis - Playbill
- Teen Soccer sensation Freddi Adu gets traded to SLC's Real Salt Lake - AP
- World's Oldest Woman dies at 116 in Memphis. Had 220 great-great-great grandchildren and 75 great-great-great-great grandchildren - AP
- Coop's sweet photo essay of the Mooneyes Xmas party - Positive Ape Index h/t BB
- 2008 EPA changes will make claims about fuel efficiency more accurate, therefore autos will appear crappier - Detroit Free Press
- 33 things you probably never thought had names - Canongate
- XM might be losing market share to Howard Stern, but they take care of the Jews this holiday season with XM108 featuring All Hanukkah Songs All the Time - NBC6
- Tom Delay launches his blog. Blogosphere becomes 1/55,000,001th stupider. LAist predicts it will be gone before Winter is over - Tom Delay.com
- Martini Republic mourns Phillyist's Star with all of us - Martini Republic
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