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Back in 1988, when the seven founders of the House Rabbit Society first came together at a dining table in Alameda, Calif., just south of here, the idea of keeping a rabbit as an indoor pet was considered fairly smirk-worthy.
"Get on the ground," Sgt. Chris Hice instructed. The teenage suspects sat on the curb while Hice handcuffed them.
This is how officials here feel about grass these days: Since 2009, the city has paid $1.4 million to homeowners willing to rip out their front lawns and plant less thirsty landscaping.
LOS ANGELES After last call on Sunset Boulevard, the fledgling subway network here is no help for bar hoppers headed home. Sobriety checkpoints loom for anyone planning to drive. So taxis line the curb at 2 a.m., waiting for passengers.
Depending upon whom you ask, the smell that has plagued La Jolla Cove has been "putrid," "noxious" or "like the East River used to smell" for quite a while. Nose-pinching is commonplace.