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Stranded whale given the royal treatment at Sea World

 

WHALE WATCH: SeaWorld employees worked through the night to help save a sperm whale that washed ashore in San Diego on Sunday. (NBC Los Angeles)

Linking LAFARMERS MARKET SQUABBLE: Curbed L.A. reports that the Los Angeles Film School is defending its decision to withdraw consent to close down a street for the operation of Hollywood's Sunday Farmers Market:

Myth: The Los Angeles Film School wants the Farmers Market to close.

Fact: Actually, we want the Hollywood Farmers Market to remain open and continue to serve the community that we call home. We have made a major investment in Hollywood and we want to make sure that our students are accommodated, which can be accomplished while the market continues without any interruption. Our intent has always been to use our campus for our ever-growing students’ needs, which is not mutually exclusive with the needs of the Hollywood Farmers Market.

TRANSIT ANALYSIS: Streetsblog Los Angeles breaks down a UCLA study on vehicle ownership density and comes up with some surprising conclusions.

FROM LOT TO STATION: A great set of photos documenting the construction of the Metro Gold Line. (via 90042)

THRIFTY ICE CREAM AND ANGELYNE: Famous locals share their stories on growing up in L.A. to Los Angeles Magazine.

ANOTHER BELL SCANDAL: A lot of guns found in Mexico have a connection to Bell gun store (LA Weekly)

-- Soo Oh

 
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