♦ New indictment coming in Pellicano case in early April, prosecutor says.
♦ Funny how the fate of Knight-Ridder's Northern California newspapers could be settled by either Ron Burkle or fellow L.A. player Dean Singleton.
♦ The career of Los Angeles' first African American architect, Paul Revere Williams, is revisited tonight on Life & Times, KCET Channel 28 at 6:30 pm. Tomorrow: labor chief Maria Elena Durazo.
♦ The LA Weekly has tapped Mr. Fish cartoon blogger Dwayne Booth to do fifteen-second shorts that will screen in Laemmle theaters to promote the paper.
♦ Getting no thanks for helping out an L.A. woman with a felony all over her face.
♦ Former Wonkette Ana Maria Cox begins this week as a contributor to Time magazine. She also will be at USC Wednesday afternoon to appear with me and Kevin Drum of The Political Animal on a Los Angeles Institute for the Humanities panel about newspapers and blogs.
♦ Kate Coe has been signed to write a history of the Los Angeles YMCA and is actively looking for people with memorabilia and stories. She's reachable through LA Observed.
♦ Charlie Waters, a former editor at the Los Angeles Times magazine and in the LAT features sections, is leaving as executive editor of the Fresno Bee to be an assistant managing editor for enterprise at the Las Vegas Sun.
♦ Pat at Eating L.A. blogs about the first meeting of the Southern California Restaurant Historical Society.