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Photo of Moby's Electric Daily Carnival @ LA Coliseum by Drew "Rukes" Ressler/Used with permission

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Meet Drew 'Rukes' Ressler: Top Nightlife/DJ Photographer

Long Island-native Drew Ressler, who may be better known as "Rukes," never planned on becoming a photographer or one of America's top DJ photographers--but now his job is to "capture that nocturnal magic." Check out Rukes' thoughts on technology, shooting in clubs, where to eat if Tommy Lee is paying, his gear, and how is hobby turned into his way of life.

Kings Beat Flyers 2-1 in Shootout

This was an exciting game that showcased the Kings' newest goaltender, Jonathan Quick, and his "stingy ways" with the opponent's puck. The game went into overtime and "resulted in a shootout." We've got pics of the action on ice, and the cool feel of victory for this matchup!

Signs of the Apocalypse, Part XXII: L.A. Rents Decreasing?

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Rent prices in Los Angeles could be coming down--great for new renters, not so great for property owners. Chances are, if you're already on a lease, you could be seeing an increase the next time it comes 'round for renewal, but if you're on the move, you might notice that rents are creeping downward, as landlords scramble to get people in and paying in their units. A sign of the apocalypse, or just plain good news?