Around LA Observed today

The WSJ anoints Carpinteria as the new jet set getaway. (This after the NYT did the same for Oxnard earlier this summer.) Oops - 104,000 fewer new jobs than predicted for August. Also, stocks drop, and more about that multi-million dollar Riordan-Burkle quarrel. It's Mark Lacter in LA Biz Observed.

The charging, saintly, raiding Jaguars? LA's coulda/shoulda/oughtta list of NFL teams gets a bit longer. Phil Wallace in SoCal Sports Observed.

Float the boats, please! An impassioned argument on behalf of Echo Park's endangered paddlers in Jenny Burman's Chicken Corner.

Radio Roderick on KCRW today at 4:44 p.m.

Wild and silly guesses from people who should know better.
Here in Malibu.

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