Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Monday 9.22.08

  • Steve Lopez has gone to Nome to see Russia and write about Sarah Palin. LAT
    Also: Donna Barstow's first Sarah Palin cartoon.
  • Former Gov. Gray Davis says recalls, such as that targeting his successor, are no way to run a state. Orlov/DN
  • Stories about the ballot propositions you won't see in the official guide. LAT Opinion
  • LAX intends to revise its plans for the Bradley Terminal. Breeze
  • Mediaweek published its second annual Mediaweek 50, "a list recognizing 50 media innovators who successfully drive revenue, establish standards and create new business and brand models within the media industry." MW
  • All the things around town that are named for Edward Roybal, and why. LAT
  • Politico plans to expand after the election with more reporters and editors and copies of its newspaper edition in Washington. NYT
  • The Foothills Cities anonyblog has gone offline temporarily to deal with a server crash and make some upgrades.
  • What's left of the famous Pickfair estate in Beverly Hills is for sale for $60 million. DN
  • Roy Rivenburg's Not the LA Times website is satirizing last week's class-action lawsuit by employees. NTLAT
  • Nancy Hicks Maynard, a pioneer in newsroom diversity and co-founder of the Maynard Institute for Journalism Education. died at UCLA at age 61. LAT

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