So Uma Nithipalan, for whom you're supposed to have been vandalizing, is out of the ICU.
You remember: The 27-year-old L.A.-based actress (pictured at right, before her hospitalization) collapsed suddenly on Feb. 1 after a brain aneurysm -- far from home, with no health insurance, not long after she said "yes" to a marriage proposal.
Playwright Erik Patterson, who's been chronicling Uma's struggle since that day, emphasizes that moving out of the ICU is a huge thing. Doctors initially expected her to die -- or at best to remain in a vegetative state for life.
Meanwhile theaterbloggers and theaterfolk and just plain people have raised a pile of money to help pay for Uma's medical expenses. (They'll need more, so if the spirit moves you, the link is at the top right on that page.)
I have to say I've found the story of Uma's fight immensely moving -- and the extraordinary response of people who don't even know her even more so.
You can read up on it at Metroblogging LA -- it's an end-of-February post, but it's a lively overview.