Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Friday short stack

  • Hollywood supporters of President Obama talk with Tina Daunt about their disappointment with how things have gone this term. The Hollywood Reporter
  • The state Republican Party convenes today for three days at the J.W. Marriott at L.A. Live.
  • Part one of a new investigative series on the culture of abuse at the L.A. County jails, focusing on a clique of sheriff's deputies. A collaboration between Witness L.A. and Spot.Us.
  • Two embattled Coliseum managers have been allowed to take paid leave.
  • An audio recording of Tim Rutten's talk at the media group The Old Farts Society is on their website.
  • Cesar Chavez’s 187-acre headquarters in Keene, southeast of Bakersfield, has been added to the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Simon Rodia's Watts Towers are "strangely inspiring and ethereal," says The Guardian in the U.K.

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