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Video: Graffiti calling for the death of Catholics scrawled on Orange County church


SHOCKING DISCOVERY: Parishioners at St. Boniface Catholic Church in Anaheim discovered hateful -- and misspelled -- graffiti scrawled onto their house of worship this week. "Kill THE CATHLICS!" was spray-painted on the church. KTLA News reports that police are investigating the incident and that church officials planned to have the graffiti removed by Wednesday. Churchgoers expressed disappointment that someone would vandalize their church with such a hateful statement.

Linking LA

THE NEXT RAIL EXTENSION: Discussions for Gold Line extension from Azusa to Montclair begin Wednesday. (LA.Streetsblog)

MONEY ISSUES: Televangelist Benny Hinn wins praise in Washington for his "financial reforms." (O.C. Register)

DEVELOPMENT BATTLES: A in-depth look at those fighting the city's efforts to change L.A.'s post-war building rules. (L.A. Weekly)

ACTION FINALLY? The Santa Susana nuclear site appears finally posed for a cleanup after decades of debate. (Neon Tommy)

EXPO LINE ART SHAPING UP: What public art can we expect when the Expo Line opens? Curbed L.A. has a preview: "The Source provides a look at artist Ronald Llanos' designs for the Western station; Llanos is a sketch artist and painter who wanders the city and draws images of neighborhood folks before filling them in with watercolors."

LAST CHAPTER: Westwood's beloved Mystery bookstore is closing. (L.A. Observed)

ART GALLERY: Some cool images of street art around L.A. (LAist).

-- Shelby Grad



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