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Extra, Extra: L.A. Has A Professional Exorcist To The Stars

Sixth Street Bridge through a fisheye (Photo by Edward Conde via the LAist Featured Photos pool on Flickr)
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  • Metro is trying to woo baby boomers who are reaching retirement age to use public transit.
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  • Bruce Springsteen reveals that he's a recording a solo album. We'll listen to anything The Boss puts out.
  • And finally, here's a cute dog who just needs a pacifier to go to sleep:

Everyone say goodnight...

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