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Lushness X is one of the strangest "athletic" events in town | Photo by Tom Andrews/LAist

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How's your 'Metroquette'?Seriously people, let the folks off the subway before you try to shove your way on. Let us help you take the rude out of your ride.

Please Don't Drink & Drive: Car Plows into 15 Cyclists A picture is worth a thousand words... or a lot of comments. Like "Holy crap!"

To Live and Have No Sex in LA For April Smear, there's no sex in the city. Where does a girl go to meet a quality guy that will lead to quality...time?

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LAist at the Polls: Vote NO on Proposition 98 ...and you did!

O!burger Opens Organic Abode Another eatery throws their hamburger hat into the ring.

LA's Wildest & Hottest Volleyball Tournament: Lushness X A weird and wacky gathering of oddly-garbed guys and gals playing volleyball (and acting crazy) turns into a curious photo essay.