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323.603.6312. Now you can stalk our editor Tony Pierce. Just kidding. That's not his phone number, but between 11 and 12 this morning, you can reach him there at Ring My Bell.

Boo hoo! Nissan is forcing the city of Pasadena to give back their electric cars!

"They were like chickens running around with their heads cut off..." The L.A. Times looks into the behind-the-scenes politics of what the heck is going on with the Sheriff's Department and the Mel Gibson fiasco.

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Valley divisions of the LAPD had a lot to work with in the heat... increased crime.

The new Los Angeles Marathon route begins in the Valley. What does that mean? A killer elevation map of a downhill route.

So much for the free WiFi. BlogDowntown has been keeping an eye on Pershing Square's kinda-closure with Tape Watch and Metroblogging Los Angeles opines.

Two new bloggers hit the scene! Max is Stuck in the Valley and Rico is an Angelenic.

Obligatory Link of the Day: L.A. Heat Takes Brief Summer Vacation
Celebrity Link of the Day: Tommy Lee Really Got a Lift to Concert, and L.A. Isn't Pleased
Stupid Criminal Link of the Day: Robbery Suspect Held After Starbucks Standoff

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