Friday desk-clearing

  • Anthony Pellicano can represent himself at his racketeering and wiretapping trial, a federal judge rules. Better than paying a lawyer, the PI figures. CBS2
  • Ed Boks' official city blog has gotten him unwanted attention again, and animal activists beat Delgadillo again.
  • Metroblogging has an interesting thread going on what constitutes an L.A. suburb that began with TJ Sullivan at Native Intelligence and Jenny Burman at Chicken Corner. Ex-pat Tim Hughes joins in at We Get Email.
  • Veronique's favorite Malibu coffee purveyor gets a two-week stay of execution.
  • Los Angeles magazine’s Patric Kuh gives a gastronomical tour of the city tomorrow on KCRW's "Good Food" with Evan Kleiman. 11 am.
  • Before it gets too far away, last Sunday's New York Times Magazine treatment of 2006 deaths included items on local sports figures Steve Howe and Mike Quarry. LA Observed's recap of significant Los Angeles passings is here. Go here for the Most clicked on LA Observed stories of 2006 — or here for the whole lineup of 2006 reviews.


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