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Politics in California Begin to Make Sense As Support For Prop 8 Plummets "Good news for Californians opposed to enshrining bigotry into our constitution - a recent statewide poll published by the Public Policy Institute of California shows that support for the Prop 8, has declined significantly." And then came the comments...

Elliott Smith and the Big Nothing A look at the life and legacy of troubled musician Elliott Smith, on the 5-year anniversary of his untimely death.

Reporting Graffiti in LA: Super Easy & Fast Earlier this month the city's Office of Community Beautification quietly launched an improved website tool called the Anti-Graffiti Request System, which is an easy and quick way to report graffiti in your neighborhood so abatement teams can come out and clean it up.