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Thinking about El Nino, bus racks and Chinatown

Thinkingla El Niño appears to be developing rapidly (Science Dude)

Party Like a (Bar Mitzvah) Rock Star (Jewish Journal)

LADOT Converts Former Meters Into Bike Racks in Hollywood (Street Blogs)

Malibu Gets Its First Look at New Marine Life Protection Law (Surfside News)

'New' Chinatown to Celebrate 71st Year Saturday (Blog Downtown)

Mary See Beats Back Mini-Mall Developers, Saves Scrappy Building  (Curbed L.A.)

Death of O.C. teen may help inspire national law (Total Buzz)

New City Librarian, New Call to Fight Illiteracy (LAist)

Alex Sanchez Arrested: Dear FBI, WTF???!  (Witness L.A.)

 
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