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Headlines: Woman Kicked Out of AYCE Korean Barbecue Because She Was a Party of One; Cars Parking in Middle of Street in South Central

Welcome to L.A. TACO’s daily news briefs, where we bring our loyal members, readers, and supporters the latest headlines about Los Angeles politics and culture. Stay informed and look closely.

—L.A. Metro's K Line, connecting Crenshaw to LAX, will open this Friday, Oct. 7, with free rides and a festival in Leimert Park. [KTLA]

—Scientists find that the Arctic Ocean is becoming acidic, killing wildlife and giving us a preview of what could be in store for other oceans. [Vice]

—L.A. City Council has voted unanimously to end its COVID-19 emergency eviction protections on Jan. 31. [Liam Dillon]

—A woman was kicked out of an AYCE Korean barbecue restaurant in Fullerton because she was dining alone. [Koreatown Life]

—The City of L.A. is opening up its Section 8 voucher lottery for first time in five years on Oct 17. [Eric Garcetti/YouTube]

—A person died after driving off the Palos Verdes cliffs yesterday. [NBC]

—There are apparently so many cars in some neighborhoods in South Central that people are starting to park in the middle of the street. [MexTikToks]

—Environmental damage in Ukraine stemming from Russia's invasion is so far being estimated at around 36 billion Euros. [Reuters]

—A documentary on Original Tommy's World Famous Hamburgers is "overdue," something we can all agree on. [L.A. Dork]

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