The last radio station to be located in Hollywood leaves Friday at 11:05 p.m., Bob Pool says in the LAT.
All the high-profile ankling from The Firm, the once-hot Hollywood agency led by Jeff Kwatinetz, gets the NYT treatment today.
LA Weekly's Rob Greene comes up with the one good analysis of the politics behind Mayor Villaraigosa's "ersatz consensus" over the Sunshine Canyon landfill in the Valley. Also: Jeffrey Anderson posts every councilmember's reply to questions about DWP salaries.
Villaraigosa helps out the filming at City Hall of an HBO project on the 1968 Chicano walkouts in Eastside schools.
The New York Times mentions today's opening of a new Melrose Avenue fashion shop by "accessories maven" Tarina Tarantino. Not so the L.A. Times (and maybe that's a good thing.)
Tom Gorman, the former Las Vegas bureau chief for the L.A. Times, is heading back to be a columnist for the Las Vegas Sun. Also: Howard Owens, Director of New Media at the Ventura County Star and a former L.A. blogger, moves this month to be vice president of interactive for the Bakersfield Californian.
Former South Gate political boss Albert Robles has been recalled from office and convicted in federal court, but he's suing for wrongful termination by the city he ripped off.
Joe Scott blogs that Gov. Schwarzenegger is under great pressure to declare soon that he's running for reelection. Scott also posts that, as for political instincts, Schwarzenegger "has no clue."
Supreme Court to attorney Pierce O'Donnell: go to trial.
The FBI opened a "preliminary inquiry" into the LAPD shooting death of 19-month-old Suzie Marie Peña.
The urban design email newsletter formerly known as The Hot Sheet is now Urbaneering News. It's still put out by Roddan Paolucci Roddan Advertising and Public Relations.
Add the Inland Valley Daily Bulletin to the list of newspapers in the Los Angeles Newspaper Group. I left it off on Tuesday—and got called on it.