L.A. Times front: Schwarzenegger to propose 10% fee hikes at UC and CSU, up to 40% for grad students.
Daily News lead: Reaction to Bush plan on illegals.
LA Weekly cover: Teen romance and murder in Redlands, by Christine Pelisek.
LA Alternative Press cover: Book cover photographer Marion Ettlinger, plus author Ruben Martinez talks about sitting for her.
Citybeat cover - LA.'s interfaith anti-war movement.
Also: Writer and blogger Nancy Rommelmann (Leaving L.A.) has a freelance piece on sumo in LAT Calendar Weekend.
On the air:
Day to Day (KPCC 9 a.m., KCRW noon) and Marketplace (KCRW 2 p.m., KPCC 3 p.m.) both plan segments on the 40th anniversary of LBJ's War on Poverty.
To the Point, KCRW 1 p.m. - President Bush's reform plan for illegal immigrants.
Fresh Air, KPCC 1 & 7 p.m. - David Frum and Richard Perle discuss their new book, An End to Evil: How to Win the War on Terror.
Bookworm, KCRW 2:30 p.m. - DBC Pierre, winner of the Booker Prize for 2003, talks about his novel Vernon God Little.
Life and Times, KCET-TV 7 p.m. - Wal-Mart's plans for L.A., and a segment on farm-raised salmon with Ken Weiss of the L.A. Times.
Victor Davis Hanson, Cal State Fresno professor and author of Mexifornia: A State of Becoming, was on KPCC with Kitty Felde yesterday. Audio here.
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