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ICYMI: Reality Show Set In The Wilderness Gets Canceled, Nobody Tells Marooned Contestants
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- For months, the contestants of a reality TV show had no idea that the series was canceled. Someone really should have told them, especially since they were stranded in the wilderness.
- Genesis P-Orridge, who fronted Throbbing Gristle (one of the great experimental bands of our time) is asked if Los Angeles is overrated/underrated. She proceeds to tell a horrifying story about how she (mostly) escaped a fire in Laurel Canyon.
- Frances Bean Cobain tagged her own billboard. Very meta.
- White Men Can't Jump came out 25 years ago. Here's a look at the filming locations around Los Angeles.
- Dick Cheney has emerged to say that, yes, the Russians were definitely interfering with the 2016 presidential election. He even says that some may consider it an "act of war."
- Check out jazz musician (and super producer) Terrace Martin's new album. Crenshaw Dreams pays homage to the neighborhood where Martin grew up, as well as the Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza.
- Does Bill Nye think that the U.S. government is hiding the existence of aliens from us?