Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Thursday 5.26.11


  • LAPD "satisfied" with lineup involving suspect in Bryan Stow case, but still no charges filed. LAT
  • Supervisor Mark Ridley-Thomas urges that the Crenshaw light-rail line stop at Leimert Park and go underground at Park Mesa Heights. LAT op-ed
  • Pratt & Whitney Rocketdyne began issuing layoff notices in Canoga Park and Chatsworth due to the end of the Space Shuttle program. DN
  • The City Council voted 10-0 to ask for state legislation that would require condoms on adult-film sets as a condition of getting a film permit. DN
  • Heal the Bay's latest "Beach Report Card" said Topanga State Beach was the fourth-most polluted beach in the state. AP
  • Drinks in West Hollywood with Tim Naftali of the Nixon Library. Zocalo
  • "SoCal Connected" goes backstage as the Los Angeles Ballet ends its fifth season, KCET at 9 p.m. Here's our backstage look at the ballet in 2009. Native Intelligence
  • The Huffington Post announced the editorial team for AOL Daily Finance and launched Huff Post Canada. Romenesko
  • Tribune Company has paid $157 million to its bankruptcy lawyers and advisers. WSJ
  • Newport Beach sports agent Leigh Steinberg has agreed to write a weekly column for the Daily Pilot. His first

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