Roski insists he's still in, remembering Reagan as a moderate, Paul Haggis vs. Scientology and more.
Real estate magnate Ed Roski, attending the Super Bowl, said he is far from losing hope on his stadium concept in City of Industry. LAT
Roski's Majestic Realty has outspent AEG by about 3 to 1 in political campaign donations. Orlov/DN
George Skelton, who covered Ronald Reagan in Sacramento and at the White House, reminds conservatives that the Republican often governed as a moderate. LAT column
Hundreds of Reagan admirers gathered at his hilltop Simi Valley library on a warm and breezy morning Sunday to commemorate his centennial birthday. DN
Tongue-in-cheek tweet: "California takes back 48,000 state-issued cell phones; sells them to prison inmates." Not the LA Times
Councilwoman Janice Hahn announced the birth of her fifth grandchild, to youngest son Mark Baucum, and his wife Jaclyn.
The L.A. Times reports that a University of Colorado review of Los Angeles Unified teacher effectiveness confirms finding made the Times' series last year and "also raises some questions about the precision of ratings as reported in The Times." LAT
Lawrence Wright on Paul Haggis versus Scientology. The New Yorker
Tina Fey’s reflects on her life as a working mother in an excerpt from her forthcoming book. The New Yorker
The Los Angeles Philharmonic revealed its 2011-12 season highlights. LAT
I pledge allegiance to Jasper Johns. LACMA Unframed
A 1920s Eagle Rock bungalow court will be burned down as part of an episode of "True Blood." Patch
The Sierra Madre man who's been digging a controversial and possibly illegal hole under his house — a story heard on KPCC's "Off-Ramp" several weeks ago — makes the LAT.
Lee K. Harrington, 64, executive director of the Southern California Leadership Council and the former head of the Los Angeles Economic Development Corp., died on his surfboard off the Santa Barbara coast. He was 64. LAT, LABJ