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Extra, Extra: The Road To Dodger Stadium Could Be Renamed For Vin Scully
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- There's a proposal to rename a stretch of Elysian Park Avenue leading to Dodger Stadium in honor of legendary announcer Vin Scully. Think it's a good idea?
- Find out what veteran documentarian Errol Morris thinks of Making a Murderer.
- Local hero George Clooney just adopted a dog who was neglected by a hoarder in New Jersey.
- Go inside the cool, lost tunnels of Los Angeles in KCET's new show Lost L.A.
- If you're looking for a bit of peace you may be interested in meeting the vegan weed nuns of the San Joaquin Valley.
- Whoops, looks like an OC Sheriff's Deputy lost his AR-15 rifle when he put it on his trunk, forgot about it and drove away.
- The Sixth Street Viaduct closed today for demolition, but you can savor its memory with these movies, music videos and games where the historic bridge made an appearance.
- Waking up to find an exotic kinkajou caressing her face is not exactly what this elderly woman in Miami probably had in mind for a good time.
- And finally, here is Vince Staples sharing his thoughts on the styles of various NBA stars:
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