News and blog-views that rolled into L.A.O. Central while I was otherwise engaged on a Thursday (and updated at the bottom) ...
Mark Ebner and Andrew Breitbart report on their Hollywood, Interrupted site that Crossroads, the star-studded Santa Monica school, employs a registered sex offender in a sensitive position.
Michael Kinsley accepted a Harvard alumni invite Wednesday night and found himself having dinner with Luke Ford.
Deane Dana, an elected county supervisor in L.A. from 1980-1996, died today at age 78.
David Kipen in the San Francisco Chronicle welcomes Judith Regan to California and fills her in on the place.
LA.com notices Times fashion writer Booth Moore responding to critics in a veiled way.
Phil Anschutz: Media Wildcatter, in Business Week from Los Angeles by Christopher Palmeri.