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♦ An SBC employee from Burbank was also arrested and charged in the Pellicano investigation. You do wonder how many L.A. lawyers are quaking in their briefs this week.
♦ Bottom line: UCLA and USC have some bucks.
♦ Could it be the Times' problem isn't quality, politics or ad rates—but Los Angeles itself? John Stodder has a thought on it.
♦ In the LA Weekly, Josh Kun goes south of the border in search of Jorge Hank Rhon, Tijuana's presidente municipal: "They call him a criminal, a murderer and the worst mayor in Tijuana history." And Brendan Bernhard reads his old report cards.
♦ Gridskipper checks out Ford's Filling Station, the new restaurant from Benjamin Ford in Culver City.
♦ The Dodgers PR director and other front-office types are blogging from spring training. Meanwhile, the New York Times does a story on the Dodgers' new first baseman.