The Clippers' Chris Paul makes the October cover of GQ magazine.
- FORM: pioneering design is looking for a new editor-in-chief for the "bi-monthly trade publication read by architects, designers and people that love cutting edge design." Contact Ann Gray.
- Tom Gorman, who spent 32 years as a reporter and editor at the Los Angeles Times, was named Executive Editor of the Las Vegas Sun, where he has been managing editor.
- Martin J. Smith, the editor-in-chief of Orange Coast magazine, has a new book out, "The Wild Duck Chase," and was featured on KPCC's Brand and Martinez: "Have you been training your whole life to be the best waterfowl artist in the world? Well, there's an art competition just for you."
- Company Town staff writer Alex Pham announced to the newsroom that she is leaving the LA Times after 12 years "to pursue another opportunity that will give me more flexibility."
- Art Marroquin has moved from government and LAX reporter at the Daily Breeze to editorial writer for the Breeze, Daily News and Press-Telegram.
- LA Times architecture critic Christopher Hawthorne led a Zocalo panel on the current and future of Downtown.
- Also from Zocalo; New Republic senior editor Timothy Noah, a graduate of Beverly Hills High School, interviewed in the green room.
- Bakersfield Californian columnist Lois Henry answers critics of her story about a local ice hockey promotion that made fun of the city of Stockton's bankruptcy issues.
- The editor of WeHo News and the publisher of start-up WeHoVille.com are sniping. Fishbowl LA [Link fixed.]
And noted: I have a short piece in the new Dwell magazine on the architectural history of Dodger Stadium.