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High surf forecast for some L.A.-area beaches

December 7, 2010 |  6:05 pm

ATTENTION SURFERS: Bigger waves are expected to hit some Southern California beaches beginning Wednesday. Expect swells as large as 8 feet, if we're lucky. (OC Register).

FREEWAY FRIGHT: A homeowner at Foothill Palms Mobile Home Park saw the headlights of the truck that crashed off the 210 Freeway early Tuesday morning, NBC Los Angeles reports. "We heard this rumbling sound, sounded like an earthquake," said Mark Leon, whose house was almost destroyed. "The most important thing that the state needs to know is to build a sound wall around the perimeter of this mobile home park."

EXPLORING TIME: KCET Departures launches Along the L.A. River, an interactive map of paths and landmarks in celebration of the brand-new Elysian Valley Bike Path. (Via LAist)

ASH WEDNESDAY: The county will bury the cremated remains of 1,440 people in a massive grave on Wednesday.

ADD BRENTWOOD: More Westside opposition for Wilshire Boulevard bus lanes (Street Blog L.A.)

BACK ALLEY REFRESHMENT?: There appears to be a black market for Four Loko (L.A. Weekly).

-- Soo Oh

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