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Week in Review: New Sushi Stop to Open, Miley Cyrus Buys a Mercedes and More

Here are some of the headline highlights from the week beginning January 30.

NEWS

Kimura Enterprise, which owns the popular Japanese restaurant, has signed a lease on Ventura Boulevard.

The singer spent $127,000 on the white convertible.

No injuries were reported in the blaze, which was swiftly dispatched by firefighters.

The Encino park is still fighting closure despite a large anonymous donation in January.

Marcos Siega's home sold for $1.65 million.

Tarzana Doctor Uses the Spirit to Help Heal the Body

Dr. Jonathan Nasseri incorporates an incorporeal element into his treatment of patients.

Richard Alan Cohen had pleaded guilty in 2010 to felony counts related to a sham company scheme.

California Disclose Act, targeting big donors for political ads, was voted on Tuesday in state Assembly.

Here's what's happening at the Encino-Tarzana Library in February.

The new district lines would almost completely change Councilman Tom LaBonge's territory in the Valley.

Punxsutawney Phil meets his west coast match in tortoise Mojave Maxine.

Because of work on the Mulholland Bridge, the 405 lanes closed for two nights.

The West Valley LAPD is looking for help identifying a murder suspect.

The San Fernando Valley Republican Club to honor Bert Boeckmann, who talks about his 60 years in business in this video from Doug Kriegel.

Quadripeligic Brent Pilgreen is among a group of people bringing a civil action lawsuit against the city of Los Angeles.

This is the Scanner Report, detailing some police and fire incidents that happened in the Valley, overheard on the radio.

The results are good for everyone, according to State Senator Fran Pavley.

Vespa of Sherman Oaks is once again ranked as the No. 1 Vespa dealer in America, says shop owner, who credits his L.A. location and rising gas prices.

The average price is 3.7 cents more than one week ago, 15.3 cents higher than a month ago and 43.2 cents greater than a year ago, data show.

Record producer shot himself in the head at his home on Mulholland Drive in Studio City, authorities say.

The legendary creator of Soul Train died Tuesday morning in his home on Mulholland Drive in Studio City.

New project might be rapid bus service on Van Nuys Boulevard or rapid transit through the Sepulveda Pass, Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa said in Chatsworth.

Three people were arrested for suspicion of possession of marijuana for sale. More than 50 pounds of marijuana, including 156 plants valued at over $600,000, were confiscated.

SPORT

Crespi's Chris Harper Going to Cal

The wide receiver is staying with his previous commitment to the school, despite interest from UCLA.

Crespi's Michael Avery Goes From Strength to Strength

The Celts basketball player is one of the stars of his team.

Crespi Basketball Team Ranked 8th out of 25 in the Southland

The Celts are below Alemany and Loyola, among other teams.

Notre Dame Basketball Team Loses to Crespi in Mission League Game

The Celts ended their three-game losing streak.

The Celts are switching venues for the spring.

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