Zócalo gets Antonio

Zócalo, the public lecture series that LA Observed helps co-sponsor, has just added an evening discussion with Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa. It will be at the Walt Disney Hall's BP Hall on Monday, Oct. 22 at 7:30 pm. The conversation will be between the mayor and Jim Newton, Editor of the Editorial Pages at the L.A. Times. Free, but reservations are required. Info

Poking around the Zócalo site, I see some other fun stuff. Michael Govan, director of LACMA, chats tonight with Ann Philbin, director of the Hammer Museum. Former Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson discusses “Why We Need Heroic Conservatism" on Oct. 9. And on Oct. 23, novelist Francisco Goldman discusses his book, The Art of Political Murder in Central America: Who Killed the Bishop? Venues vary for these events.


More by Kevin Roderick:
Ralph Lawler of the Clippers and the age of Aquarius
Riding the Expo Line to USC 'just magical'
Last bastion of free parking? Loyola Marymount to charge students
Matt Kemp, Dodgers and Kings start big weekend the right way
LA Times writers revisit their '92 riots observations
Recent Villaraigosa stories on LA Observed:
Mayor walks out on Antonovich over 'gang-rape' quip
CicLAvia returns to the streets on Sunday
DNC chair does Villaraigosa no favors on KABC
Time jumps on the 'Antonio has revived' bandwagon
Villaraigosa sets sights 'beyond Los Angeles,' NYT observes

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