In the latest Internet video to highlight the landmarks of Southern California, a half-naked ballet dancer prances around Hollywood and Santa Monica to the soundtrack of Hozier's "Take Me to Church.”
The video, filmed by the comedy group Nightpantz, includes stops at the Church of Scientology and an Apple store. Security at those locations were not impressed with the dancer’s skills, as the video on LAist shows.
Here are other California headlines from around the Web:
-- There is perhaps no other state where undocumented immigrants can assimilate into mainstream society as easily as in California. Here, an immigrant in the country illegally can get a driver’s license, apply for in-state tuition and even be admitted to the state Bar. It’s an enormous contrast to other parts of America. New York Times
-- There is actually a downside to declining rates of smoking in California -- less money for early education programs. In 1998, voters agreed to tax tobacco and direct that money to preschool programs. As that money dries up, some are looking to tax e-cigarettes and marijuana. KPCC
-- State legislators are trying to take steps to correct wage disparities between men and women, but they may want to start in their own backyard. A new analysis shows women are paid less than their male coworkers in the state Legislature. Sacramento Bee
-- Did students at Stanford University cheat their way through winter courses? Administrators are looking into allegations that an unusually high number of its students engaged in academic dishonesty. San Jose Mercury-News
-- A deputy police chief in Fresno was arrested on charges of dealing drugs, but the city manager says that isn’t reason enough for reporters to look into the Police Department. Fresno Bee
-- Southern California is known for its sunshine so why can’t the L.A. Department of Water and Power get its solar program off the ground? A new report finds that three years after the utility launched a 150-megawatt solar project, just a fraction have actually been installed. LA Weekly
-- A rundown of the worst parking spots from Brea to San Clemente. Orange County Register
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