Gov. Jerry Brown sits down with Marc Cooper and "outlines his pragmatic but uphill battle to bring a fragile Golden State to a safe fiscal landing." Pacific Standard
A writer for The Atlantic Cities takes the side of Metro over Beverly Hills in the debate over which of two routes for a subway tunnel to follow into Century City. Atlantic Cities
Dorothy Lucey, dropped as "Good Day LA" host on Fox 11, will co-host “The Young Turks” with Cenk Uygur on Current TV tonight. He was a former guest on the Channel 11 show. Politically Lucey has described herself as a “liberal Christian.” TVSpy
Photographer Harry Benson talks about his coverage of The Beatles at 1:40 p.m. on "Patt Morrison" on KPCC.
Jerry Jacobs, a TV news producer who worked for Channel 2 and Channel 7 and NBC, and taught journalism at UCLA and Cal State Northridge, died in the Monterey area at age 84. He had metastatic melanoma.
Disney's five-year, $1 billion remake of California Adventure has opened. Theme Park Insider
Time Magazine's cover this week features undocumented California students Mandeep Chahal and Julio Salgado, with an essay inside by journalist Jose Antonio Vargas, the former Washington Post reporter who wrote last year about being undocumented.
A hundred cyclists are expected for a group ride to Watts Towers on Sunday to celebrate and test a community bicycling map in South Los Angeles. On Central
Hollywood production designer Michael Riva died after suffering a stroke on location in New Orleans while working on "Django Unchained," the first film shot outside of Los Angeles that he agreed to work on in 16 years. He was 63 and the grandson of Marlene Dietrich. Huffington Post, THR