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November 20, 2006
Former LA Weekly news editor Alan Mittelstaedt critiques and elaborates.
November 17, 2006
• I have been a subscriber of the L.A. Times for about five years. Is it just me or can we...
Regarding the Times placing UCLA in West Los Angeles... • At least they still have a copy desk! With what passes...
November 12, 2006
She asks if beating suspects is a perk for LAPD cops, and he replies.
I was disgusted by Hiller's piece in Current. I don't need to subscribe to a Republican version of People Magazine.
About that study finding less fog in Los Angeles... • I grew up on the east side of town (Montebello) and...
November 8, 2006
Readers react to Dean Baquet's sudden exit.
November 6, 2006
I'm sorry, but is Michael Lacey for real? The LA Weekly is the most profitable Village Voice Media property.
November 2, 2006
Get used to it. Changes at LA Weekly are just starting.
LA Observed's speculations about staff changes at LA Weekly, while understandable, are simply silly.
A couple of writers are surprised that LA Weekly hired the syndicated columnist with a rep.
One pro, one con.
CMA doesn't want to kill all the lawyers.
November 1, 2006
Did anyone else notice that all of Richard Fausset's examples of "personality" coverage are (or very close to) two years old?
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