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August 28, 2006
Tolls and/or congestion pricing are politically dead on arrival, despite their constant promotion by our libertarian friends at the Reason Foundation.
Regarding this weekend's Sunset Junction Street Festival and the addition of an admission charge to go with the VIP-only reception...
August 24, 2006
I have no idea how effective Ms. Margolin is in litigation, but I do know that her list of "major legal triumphs" does nothing to support her argument: Getting a case dismissed - happens all the time...
August 23, 2006
Dave Zahniser did a great job showing us how gentrification is changing Los Angeles. But he misses the root cause, and thatís understandable.
Pull Claire Hoffman off the Joe Francis story because he got violent? No way, says Rebecca Schoenkopf.
In this town we have such short memories. Does anyone remember Wet — the Magazine of Gourmet Bathing?
August 20, 2006
The Times should have spiked Claire Hoffman's magazine piece and assigned a news story after its reporter was assaulted, Tod Tamberg argues.
Mel Gibson's arrest for drunk driving, anti-Jewish outbursts and subsequent plea bargain brought a lot of email. Since we're starting...
Regarding No More Country at KZLA, we got about a dozen emails. Here are a selection: The loss of a...
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