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- Reggie the Alligator is back to say whaddup bitches - LA Observed
- Mayor Tony dreams of being on Ugly Betty. Don't we all, bro? - Daily News
- Any teen who attends Saturday's all-teen performance of the rock musical Quixote will get an autographed copy of Don Quixote signed by one of the performers. Yay? - Valley News
- Rapist who killed 10 women including a woman 6 months pregnant found guilty - AP
- 15 of the nation's 20 biggest newspapers saw a decline in readers over the last year, the LA Times is one of the losers - LA Biz Journal
- Maybe one reason the Times is losing is because they dont print the emails of their pissed off writers - LAO
- If you thought you saw Lindsay Lohan at Coachella dressed like a, hmmm, dressed, well, funny, no you weren't hallucinating - Superior Pics
- "Disturbia" wins at the box officeia againia - AP
- We're #1: LA has the worst air in the US, up yours, Pittsburgh - AP
- A dozen reasons the Republicans have shit the bed in Iraq - Martini Republic
- Courtney Love continues to sell out - Defamer
- Hollywood has poured more than $14.6 million into Santa Barbara County and nearly $18.3 million into the city of Santa Barbara through 147 productions spent over 476 days filming in the city and county - AP
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