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Anna David Knows A Lot About Prostitutes
"You might recognize Anna David from G4’s 'Attack of the Show.' As the popular program’s sex and relationship expert, David gracefully dishes advice that's as entertainingly witty as it is honest. While a go-to answer gal for bedroom matters, her expertise extends further than one might imagine. [...] LAist caught up with her to talk about the new book, life away from LA, and why there’s no better place to get sober than where she did: Los Angeles."

4.7 Rattler Rumbles L.A.
Didja feel it? What did it feel like? First one? Old hat? Woke you up? Shook you up? When the ground gets moving in SoCal, like it did this week, we get to talking about it.

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Cyclist and Activist 'Roadblock' Injured In Hit and Run
Say what you will about the injured party's name (and you will, and you did) but the fact that we share the road still seems to escape many local road ragers. Roadblock's hit-and-run raises some continually valid questions: "How do we make sure our streets are safe for cyclists and that the people committing these crimes are brought to justice?"

Photo of Anna David by Hamesh Shahani / used with permission