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Thanks, Obama: People Sure Were Grateful For All The Traffic Today
We're nearly at the end of the massive traffic jams caused by a little two-day visit from our Commander-in-Chief. Many Angelenos took to social media to thank President Obama for his contribution to their daily commutes.
The President is in town for a few fundraising events. Last night, he attended one at TV producer Chuck Lorre's home, and another at the Beverly Hills residence of filmmaker Tyler Perry. This morning, President Obama headed to comedian Marc Maron's home in Highland Park for an interview that will later air on Maron's "WTF Podcast." Some residents of Eagle Rock and Highland Park were actually legitimately excited for the POTUS to visit, despite all the traffic.
We expect Biden will be writing a letter excusing our tardiness to all of our bosses, teachers and Tinder dates. The President's next stop is San Francisco.
Michael John Mammone, 58, was riding his bicycle Wednesday along Pacific Coast Highway in Dana Point when he was assaulted.
Please don't hurt yourself.
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The mountain lion's death comes about a month after the beloved P-22 was euthanized.
With two hikers still missing — one the well-known actor Julian Sands — expert mountaineers say the usual scarcity of snow in the L.A.-area makes it especially hard to get enough experience to safely venture out in harsh conditions.
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