City Hall lobbyists now have to disclose online their clients, the issues they advocated and how much they got paid every three months. Daily News
Hollywood waits and worries over the next Anthony Pellicano indictment
, the New York Times says.
The Rose Parade Grand Marshal
will be.....hold on.....almost there......Sandra Day O'Connor?
The Church of Scientology is going after
another website, this time a parody site in New Zealand.
There have been four quakes
of 4.1 or higher magnitude in the region since Sunday.
Correction of the day, from the New York Times
: "A picture in The Arts on Saturday with an article about questions surrounding the purchase of antiquities by the J. Paul Getty Museum in Los Angeles was published in error. It showed the Villa de Leon in Malibu, Calif., not the adjacent Getty Villa, the museum's center for classical art and archaeology."
The Orange County Register is running a blog
from Lakers training camp in Hawaii, one of sixteen blogs
on the paper's website. You have to sign up to read them though.
Also, some events of note...
The L.A. Press Club hosts a panel discussion tonight about architecture and journalism with Dana Cuff of UCLA, Greg Goldin of Los Angeles magazine and John Crowther, creator of "Meet Mr.Wright." Frances Anderton of KCRW moderates. 7 pm...Photographer Jim McHugh's show "Wilshire Boulevard: The Miracle Miles" opened last night and runs until Nov. 18 at The Lab at Michael Berman Limited...Also, some wayward invites claim erroneously that there's an event tonight in Beverly Hills for Wilshire Boulevard: Grand Concourse of Los Angeles. There's not. Book signings begin later this month and are listed on the schedule here.