The UFW urges emails to the editor of the L.A. Times, Chick and Romer cozy up, one less obstacle for New Times and a stalwart of the Los Angeles Rams dies—plus links to the front pages and an interview with LAist's new editor. Turn the page for the morning roundup...
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The United Farm Workers sent out an action alert calling the Times series on the union unfair and urging supporters to click and send email to the editor. Meanwhile, part three
of the series.
Controller Laura Chick and Supt. Roy Romer did the making-nice
thing and even partially agreed that she can review recent audits.
KPCC is airing the Alito hearings live at FM 89.3, delaying Airtalk
until the breaks.
The Ohio Attorney General won't interfere
in the New Times merger with Village Voice Media.
Citybeat examines the controversy over the Griffith Park
master plan and talk of a hotel, pier and tramway.
Old LAist editor Jason Toney interviews
the new LAist editor Carolyn Kellogg about Los Angeles and her favorite things. She reads at Saturday's Vermin on the Mount
gathering in Chinatown, along with my former colleague
Mark Frauenfelder of Boing Boing
fame and author Marc Weingarten.
♦ Funeral services for former councilman Ernani Bernardi are at St. Elisabeth Church in Van Nuys. Mayor Villaraigosa's schedule has him there at 9:50 am., after a live appearance on Telemundo Channel 52/22 at 6:45.
LA Observed South: "Stanton is the place the rest of us here in Orange County make fun of when we’re tired of mocking Fontana. Stanton—let’s face it—is a nasty, stinking hole, and therefore the perfect place for your first-time home-buying needs." Rebecca Schoenkopf in the OC Weekly
Author Greg Critser speaks at tonight's Zócalo forum
on his book, Generation Rx: How Prescription Drugs Are Altering American Lives, Minds, and Bodies
. Central Library, 7 pm. At 6:30, columnist Jill Stewart
schmoozes with the Los Angeles SPJ chapter at the Hotel Figueroa.
David Kipen's "wonderfully witty and wide-ranging manifesto," The Schreiber Theory : A Radical Rewrite of American Film History
, is out from Melville
Former L.A. Rams great Jack Snow
died at age 62. He had played at St. Anthony's High in Long Beach and is the father of Boston Red Sox (and former Angels) first baseman J.T. Snow.