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Photo of Ms Connecticut & Wisconsin from our #1 Recommended post this week, a photo essay from LA Pride by Tom Andrews

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Win Tickets to Rilo Kiley @ Greek Theatre, June 18 Oh, hey, yeah, guess what? We did a contest this week. And the contest asked for comments left on the post. So, uh, are we at all surprised this wins our "Most Commented" slot of the week? I think not. [Winners to be revealed soon!]

LAst Night's Action: Suck Oh Lakers! What are you doing to your fans? Sports Editor Jimmy Bramlett says it most eloquently in his Game 4 recap: "Objectively speaking, the Lakers are pathetic and pitiful. The 21-point lead they had at the end of the first quarter was the largest in NBA Finals history. They led by 20 points in the third quarter. Then they choked like they were sucking on a 13" dick. In the third quarter they took everything good they did in the first half and flushed it down the toilet."

BBC Buys Marijuana in LA: 'This place is like Amsterdam' So this reporter walks into a clinic... Dr. Do of the Valley proves he is worth his name, as he seems to have a "can do!" approach to writing scrip for medical Mary Jane.

Video of the Day: Brawl Breaks Out at Staples Center More Lakers-related mayhem and brouhaha: When fandom turns ugly.