Road & Track magazine, the country's longest-running automotive magazine brand, is leaving its longtime home in Newport Beach and relocating to Ann Arbor, Michigan. That's where new editor Larry Webster lives and is also the home of Hearst Magazines' other auto magazine, Car and Driver. Not everyone in the Orange County office was invited to come with.
Our item about the Jo Mora map of Los Angeles is the focus of a segment this afternoon on KPCC's Patt Morrison show, at 1:20 p.m. "Arty Angelenos have been abuzz with the recent news that a set of 250 posters of Mora’s exquisite map of Los Angeles will be available for $45..."
A Los Angeles Times story about Tennessee's so-called octodad got a lot of facts wrong. Romenesko
Stanley Sheinbaum will receive a Hugh M. Hefner First Amendment Award in the lifetime achievement category "for his unmatched vision and courage on important issues including civil rights and civil liberties, economic justice, human rights, police reform, and world peace."
Longtime radio figure Charlie Tuna has signed on for a TV gig – he's the new signature voice of Orange County-based KDOC-TV/56. Gary Lycan/Register
Robert Rainey, the chiropractor found dead in his Palms office and possibly the victim of a homicide, was the brother of Los Angeles Times media writer James Rainey.
Colin Fraser, who scored the LA Kings' first goal in the Stanley Cup Final, is blogging about the series for NHL.com