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Scheer finds an L.A. print home

Robert Scheer's syndicated column, dropped last week by the Times, will appear from now on in the L.A. Alternative. The paper, formerly known as the L.A. Alternative Press, has been on hiatus this month but reappears Dec. 2 as a weekly. Or as the press release puts it, as "L.A.ís only locally owned, non-corporate alternative weekly." Says publisher Martin Albornoz:

The L.A. Alternative is thrilled to be adding this esteemed journalist and social commentator to its stable of edgy, incisive contributors such as Dan Savage, Marc Haefele, and Johnny Angel.


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