Mid-week short stack...
Today's the day the Expo Line begins service all the way into Culver City. But Metro still has a lot of learning to do. Molly Selvin oped/LAT
The Board of Supervisors made it official and recommended Beaches and Harbors Director Santos H. Kreimann to run the county Assessor's officer while John Noguez is on leave.
Adolfo Guzman-Lopez on the future of bilingualism in LA: "I see the edges of a Spanish bilingual future in Southern California, a time when speaking Spanish is as accepted and expected as hearing French in Quebec." Movie Miento
The three papier-mache deer placed within sight of downtown's Hill Street have been moved north to a patch of weeds above a parking lot near 2nd Street. LAT
David Gindler, a partner at Irell and Manella, has been named chairman of the Los Angeles Master Chorale.
Another film critic is out: David elliott at the San Diego Reader. He writes a nice final column.