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2010: The Year in LAist

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This year in Los Angeles we voted, rioted (go Lakers!), ate from food trucks, bitched about waiting in line to eat from food trucks, watched food trucks get chased out of all sorts of places (keep it classy, Museum Square), had mudslides, helped Haiti, watched Prop 8 stay in the headlines and courtrooms, banned a bunch of stuff, missed out on making marijuana legal, rode bikes, defended our right to ride bikes, cheered for Coco, saved the peak, and much, much, more. It was quite a ride...Enjoy this look back at the year in LAist.