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Dodger ticket sales in a slump; Eagle Rock school wins $1,000 anti-bullying award; the Chicken Boy-Cock Bob connection

Elysian Park: Superbloom, Elysian Park | Daveed Kapoor

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  • The Dodgers are facing soft ticket sales as the new baseball season gets underway, reports the L.A. Times. Ticket sales for the first 10 games were down 8% compared to last season, and there’s no longer a long waiting list to buy season tickets.
  • Eagle Rock Junior and Senior High School received a $1,000 award for its efforts to reduce bullying. The award from the Sandy Hook Promise organization praised the school for “integrating inclusiveness into activities,” said ABC 7.
  • Meet Cock Bob, Chicken Boy’s little brother. KPCC

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  1. Is there anyone below the age of 50 who still cares about baseball any longer?

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