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  • With $5 gas, public transit's time has come. But some potential riders will find that the experience lacks an essential value.
  • With this song about living the big life in Beverly Hills, Weezer became celebrities themselves. Its the Los Angeles ... just better in Los Angeles. Ok sure, the song is about Beverly Hills, but let's be real here.Singing about living the celebrity ... The image accompanying this post was taken by Flickr user tobiwei. It was used under Creative Commons license. ...
  • ... wish to maintain significant privacy controls over their profile and presence. [scald=27788:kl_image_original_context] Facebook's ... overhaul of Facebook profiles and changes the way user behavior is reflected and shared across one's network, or social graph. ...
  • ... are walking away from multi-million-dollar homes in Beverly Hills, and they're smiling as they go. ... block In Beverly Hills alone, according to this Reuters report, at least 180 homes in ...
  • The First Street- Beverly Boulevard Viaduct is something of an infrastructural anomaly -- a ... {"additionalClasses":""}]The First- Beverly Viaduct over Glendale Boulevard in 1956.  Courtesy of the Los ... Photographic Archive, UCLA Library.   The First Street- Beverly Boulevard Viaduct over Glendale Boulevard is something of an ...
  • ... summer day, artist Tanya Aguiñiga placed a few coins in a Beverly Hills parking meter, spread a blanket down in the empty parking ... Aguiñiga backstrap weaving in Beverly Hills. | Photo: Drew Tewksbury. But her latest series of works, ... the 90210, and later when she tied herself to the iconic Beverly Hills sign, dressed in traditional Mexican clothing. Recently, we ...
  • ... This week, the citizen Journalists from GlobalGirl Media profile exercise guru (and infomercial king) Tony Horton and get the skinny ...
  • The Society of Cinema and Arts, co founded by Bita Shafipour and Arash Kolahi, supports Iranian art and culture in Los Angeles, and beyond.
  • Diane Gamboa's photographs and commentary provide a window into the explosive energy of the East Los Angeles music scene of the early 1980s.

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