Most towns have their own version of TV's P.M. Magazine ("After this break, Tania and I will be back with a tap-dancing dolphin!"). Imagine the equivalent in L.A., and that's what you have here. It tries to cover all of Southern California and more than entertainment, and it tries not to propagate LaLaLand stereotypes. But just look at some recent subjects: makeup made from seaweed, bulletproof fashions, bigamy and bubble blowing. P.M. Magazines are about your town; ET is newsy; Eye on Hollywood, however, is pure fluff.