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Photos from Friday's Freeway Ride Amazing pics of Crimanimal Mass taking their second bicycle ride on the freeway during evening rush hour. [Also our Top Recommended post!]

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CityBeat Hits New Low with 'Hitler' Reference The integrity of a local rag is called into question, along with just how the one-time Nazi leader handled holidays for the German people.

Bike to Work Week is over! 'Get the F@%& off the road!' This shameful episode is emblematic of the level of respect not accorded to bicyclists by Metro and the LAPD...during "Bike to Work Week" no less!

UPDATE: CA Supreme Court Rules Same-Sex Marriage Okay! To quote two commenters: "Is there any non-religious reason these couples shouldn't be able to marry?" and "Gays and lesbians have EVERY right in the world to be as miserable as every other heterosexual married couple." Huzzah!

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A Day Without Pants Seriously, ladies: What are you wearing? Malingering's camera captures a disturbing fashion trend.

Photo Essay: Anonymous Protests Scientology, May 10 As part of the world-wide protests last weekend, Anonymous was masked up and in Hollywood.

40 Graffiti Artists to Bomb Venice Walls on Sunday We geared up for the onslaught of artwork thanks to LA Goldrush, which is the annual gathering of Italian graffiti artists doing their work in LA.