A sampling of what will be in print and on the air...
West magazine: Cover story on the saga of a Stradivarius violin found beside an L.A. freeway almost forty years ago and still in dispute...the future of In-N-Out...observations from Angelino Heights, Boyle Heights, Whitley Heights and View Heights.
Zócalo Radio: The lecture series that LA Observed co-sponsors gets its own weekly hour of KPCC air starting Sunday night at 9 pm. On the first show, Tu Ciudad editor Oscar Garza interviews Culture Clash. I'm told that I'll be doing interviews on coming shows.
Pacific Drift: Former high-fashion model and artist Nikki Davis explains what happened when she lost her mind in a Paris apartment and what it took to get it back....What's it like to take the Minnesota Multiphasic Personality Inventory...why DMV photographers don't want you to look your best.
NBC4 News Conference: Preempted by auto racing and the Olympics.
Also: Word on the street (always wanted to say that...) is that the Times will finally get a story into print on Sarah Chavez, the two-year-old former foster child whose death last year has become a sore point in the L.A. gay community and a hot topic around the county Hall of Administration.
Not listed this week: Deadline L.A.