City of Future winner to be announced
The contest sponsored by the American Institute of Architects challenged top architecture firms and students to design a 22nd Century Los Angeles. Unveiling is at LACMA this afternoon.
NBA goes back to the old ball
The commissioner's microfiber composite ball will be junked January 1 in favor of the tried and true leather.
AFTER THE JUMP: Politics, media and more.
Zev floats county mayor to Daily News
Troy Anderson bites, tallies up who might favor and who might be opposed — count Antonovich in the latter group. Here's LA Observed's post from November 17.
Times covers Geffen's Coastal Commission issue
Vote scheduled at today's meeting was postponed at the mogul's request. Here's our post on it last week.
TV writer says LAT underplays Long Beach race assaults
Black ex-reporter David Mills tells Fishbowl LA it's somehow all about liberal orthodoxy about race and crime.
KCRW drops Hanukkah special
Station general manager Ruth Seymour won't do the show after this year.
Chinese newsprint passes test at LAT
Times edges toward printing on less-expensive paper milled in China.
100 Newsday staffers email letter to Tribune
Chicago suits have "damaged Newsday as an instrument of public information and accountability" and are dulling the brand with excessive cost-cutting and profit-squeezing, say the employees.
Bizarro photo shoot
Page Six claims today that 300 people were involved here in a cover shoot of Katie Holmes for Harper's bazaar, that Victoria Beckham styled Mrs. Cruise and that "the production team was told not to look either of them in the eye."
Dick Adler notes that you can get food served at your seat in the director's halls at the The Bridge, even at showings ofApocalypto: "What food do you suppose goes with that?"