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Two media outlets come to West Hollywood

July 29, 2010 | 11:10 am

More media in WeHo: LAist writes about the three media outlets now covering West Hollywood:

For nearly five years, WeHo News has been the single source for information about the city, but this year saw growth in the local media market with the addition of two more outlets: Weho Daily, which entered the scene earlier this year, and West Hollywood Patch, an AOL-owned hyper-local news website that launched today.

Bike path blues: L.A. Creek Freak reports that people are breaking into the Elysian Valley Bike Path after construction on it slowed (via Curbed):

Because folks in Elysian Valley use the river all the time, and it'll take more than a temporary rental fence to keep them out of their largest green space. Unfortunately the fences make for more ugly infrastructure between people's homes and the river…

Art student antics: The San Gabriel Valley Tribune reports on an art student who stayed in a bird cage:

It is one of several displays he has created for his thesis exhibition, called "LOL OMG ... and other contemporary psalms," which will conclude today and is open from 9 a.m. to 10 p.m.

-- Anthony Pesce

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