Bunch of chewy new posts around the blogs today, starting at Native Intelligence. Judy Graeme stumbles on the Getty's secret art exhibit for staffers only, Veronique de Turenne eavesdrops during the first day of classes at UCLA and Denise Hamilton gives her sons a tour of the Chateau Marmont.
SoCal Sports Observed notices a little item in Sports Illustrated that should raise doubts about the prospects for an NFL team here anytime soon. Jenny Burman makes some noise in Echo Park at Chicken Corner. Veronique de Turenne shows the photographic evidence of living downwind from the Day Fire and spots a roadrunner at Here in Malibu. And at LA Biz Observed, Mark Lacter keeps up with the latest twists at Tribune and notes the sale of Hollywood's iconic Capitol Records tower.
And a social note: If you're interested in joining the LA Observed Neon Cruise on October 13, let me know soonest or call the Museum of Neon Art. The bus is
almost sold out. * It's sold out — thanks for the huge outpouring of interest. We'll do it again in the spring, I promise!