Tuesday, 3.21.06

Morning BuzzLight lineup this morning, with a little Schwarzenegger, a touch of Pellicano, a bit of Condi Rice and a smattering of Jim Hahn. And of course, links to all the front pages and some other newsy websites.

♦ Demonstrators: Labor protesters showed up outside Gov. Schwarzenegger's big Republican fundraiser last night at the Beverly Hilton.
♦ On the attack: Pellicano's attorney questions the purity of his client's prosecution.
♦ Gazing into the future: Joe Scott sees Condoleeza Rice as the owner of the NFL expansion Los Angeles Bulldogs...in 2010.
♦ Another one down: Lynwood's former mayor, Paul H. Richards II, gets nearly sixteen years in prison for corruption.
♦ Good question: L.A. City Nerd wonders why there is no official portrait of Jim Hahn yet in the mayoral gallery at the top of the City Hall tower.
♦ Those Gawker celeb sightings?: Quite possibly fake, says a blogger who claims to send in prank sightings often.
♦ Restoration: The old Will Rogers home in Pacific Palisades reopens soon after three years of work.

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