Crowds gather at L.A. Street Food Fest last year, where food trucks competed for awards such as "Best in Show" and "People's Choice Award." Mark Krynsky/Flickr hide caption

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Is The L.A. Food Truck Bubble Ready To Burst?

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Displays at La Plaza include film posters featuring Mexican actresses Lupita Tovar and Dolores del Rio, as well as Mexican actor Ramon Novarro, star of 1925's Ben-Hur. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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New Cultural Center Celebrates L.A.'s Mexican Roots

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Los Angeles Steps Up Security After Bin Laden's Death

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News Corp. Likely To Take A Loss On Myspace Sale

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Los Angeles Anticipates Light Rail Line

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Chef Jamie Oliver takes his reality show Food Revolution to Los Angeles in an effort to revamp lunches in the nation's second-largest school district. Greg Zabilski/ABC hide caption

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'Food Revolution,' L.A. Schools Spar Over Lunches

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Actress Natalie Portman and Benjamin Millepied arrive at the 83rd Annual Academy Awards held Sunday at the Kodak Theatre in Hollywood, Calif. Jason Merritt/Getty Images hide caption

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Oscar Stars Thank Muses And, Of Course, Moms

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'Shenanigans Are What He Does': Is Banksy Gunning For An Oscar?

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Lady Antebellum Leads Grammy Winners With 5 Awards

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Olga Perez is trying to get more healthful food options in Ramona Gardens, her East L.A. neighborhood. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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L.A. Community Starved For Healthful Food Options

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Glendale, Calif., Police Sgt. Steve Robertson was first incapacitated by a laser beam while landing a helicopter in the mid-1990s. Since then, he says, he and his fellow police pilots in Glendale have been targeted dozens of times by people shining cheap, easy-to-buy lasers. Mandalit del Barco/NPR hide caption

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Los Angeles-Area Pilots Face Increased Laser Attacks

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Los Angeles police officers point to known local gang suspects after a  federal gang raid operation in Los Angeles on Aug. 25. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Finance Probe Raises Ire Among Some LAPD Officers

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Los Angeles Police Chief Charlie Beck (middle), Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa (left) and Police Commission President John Mack detail the city's crime figures, the lowest in four decades. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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L.A.'s Homicide Rate Lowest In Four Decades

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Savvy Real Estate Investors Still Flipping Properties

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LA Closes Clinic Catering To Porn Industry

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