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Gregg Fuller

  • Arts and Entertainment
    We love KTLA. Our night wouldn't be complete without one of Hal "The Fish Man" Fishman's commentaries, the annoying, well-endowed weather girl trying her best to present the weather without tipping forward or sports reporting that's on par with the local college station's, but tonight they teased a video for the entirety of their broadcast that we'd seen days ago. We know that the old media is struggling to put fresh faces and rock...
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    As far as we can tell, this is 100% real....
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    Recently we got the opportunity to see Alfonso Cuarón's latest flick at the local cinema megaplex, Children of Men. Having seen the trailer months ago we put this on our short list of movies to see because anything regarding a dystopian future and Clive Owen we're first in line for. We sat down in the theater captive to the ads on the screen and then the theater dimmed and we were transported. Children of...
  • News
    Today everyone's second favorite movie-star turned governor of California was sworn in to office for his second first-and-a-half term as California government. Among controversy that he did not make appearances as scheduled in the last couple weeks because of his injury and a cavalcade of performers, speakers, and more balloons than one could shake a stick at, Arnold Schwarzenegger is once again officially the governor of the great state of California. NBC more than...
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    Good news for all of us who rely on the local Starbucks for our morning coffee and donut(s) and made some sort of resolution to eat healthier. Although the pastries in that beautiful glass case are still the most gastronomically insipid fare we've ever tasted, they are now free of this year's unhealthy buzzword(s), Trans Fats. Starbucks announced that they are cutting these hydrogenated fats, found in products like Crisco, from the food products...
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    7. Get our collective asses in shape! - As written in earlier posts, it looks like We're getting a little tubby over here at LAist. How are we supposed to live in this superficial town when we're a little soft on the edges? 6. Find the treasure underneath City Hall! Thanks for the tip LACityNerd! That being said, I need to buy a pickaxe. 5. 1920x1200 - Jokes for nerds! 4. Visit the Valley...
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    After hearing that a big event celebrating the launch of the new Nintendo system, the Wii was taking place at Citywalk, we made a B-line for the Wii-line and got to sitting. The long night in line at one of our least favorite places in Los Angeles, Universal CityWalk, Wii finally have our console in hand and now Wii have yet another thing to eat up any free time Wii might come across. All...
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    Driving through the Valley down Saticoy, just West of Shoup in Canoga Park, we stumbled across a plane crash! Flaming pieces of a jet smashed into a home, luggage and body parts strewn about, and police tape everywhere. We pulled over to see what we could do and realized that all of it was just an elaborate Halloween decoration. All we can say is wow, this is dedcation! Video after the jump!...
  • Food
    Looking for Good Pizza in the Valley? Yeah, we are too, but last night we may have stumbled across it. Nestled deep in the home of the Porn Industry lies Uncle Ernie's Pizza 4-U. Located on the Southwest corner of Topanga Canyon Boulevard and Lassen, Uncle Ernie's Pizza 4U specializes in oven fresh pizza by the slice or by the pie, subs, salads, pasta, and just generally tasty cuisine. Upon entering the staff jumped...
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    Last Night NBC premiered it's new Underwear-Pervert-based hour-long action-drama, Heroes and all we have to say is that we loved it. Heroes is actually our favorite scripted pilot we've seen so far this year, including much ballyhooed Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. Trying not to give a play-by-play of the entire pilot, we will say it set up a few of the regulars in the cast, including our current favorite Hiro Nakamura. A...

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