Doug Dowie, the former Fleishman-Hillard executive and Daily News managing editor who went to federal prison, is back in business in the LA area with a new communications venture.
A Freeway Series. It could happen.
James considered himself a boxer when it came to words--he wasn't always eloquent, but he knew how to cut off the ring.
Bell Gardens updates, CicLAvia details, NYT staff cuts, and a coyote on the roof. Keeping the home fires burning while Kevin's on the road.
LA's longtime news anchor signed off KCAL last Friday (watch the video inside) and has the starring role in a new short film (watch it too.)
I'm still traveling but came across some stories with Los Angeles angles worth mentioning — plus the unexpected sounds of a Mexican band deep in the French Basque country.
As the market's owner shifts to attract more upscale downtowners, lower-end vendors and their customers lose out.
Christensen and Gold
In an interview with the Northern California magazine Bay Nature, Jon Christensen has the pleasure of talking about why he loves the Bay Area and LA.
Don't see this every day
A blown save let Derek Jeter come up in the bottom of the ninth inning with the winning run on base. One pitch later, the Yankees have the win and the Jeter legend adds a final paragraph.
Moore, the author of two books set in surfing culture, was taken captive while working on a book about Somali pirates. He had moved to Berlin from the South Bay before going to Africa.
Dodgers clinch(!), Aaron Kushner talks to USA Today, the biggest Craftsman in LA is for sale, and it's adios to Red Medicine.
Read the memo
New York Times executive editor Dean Baquet has announced his first big remake of the organizational ranks of the paper, choosing to replace his old job of managing editor with four deputy executive editors and the new position of creative director. Reads the memo.
A blast from the 3-D pastGarden of Allah model hits the market again. Details
Harvey House gets a futureCedd Moses will take over Union Station's vacant diner space. Story
How hot was it?Why, it was bear in the swimming pool hot. Bigger
Don Shirley on CTG's new seasonOnce again our columnist has to ask: where is LA in the upcoming schedule of the Center Theatre Group? Native Intelligence
In case you missed it
More locations and the surf report on the LA Observed weather page
Garden envyVeronique de Turenne has a case. Here in Malibu