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December 27, 2006
Time Warner's horrible service is one of the year's biggest L.A. consumer stories — why won't the Times stay on it?
An elected neighborhood council member defends his corner of L.A.
After trying to call the Los Angeles Times, he's more certain than ever that it's time to drop his subscription.
Regarding KTLA's Rose Parade coverage without Stephanie Edwards...  I am no longer a big fan of the parade, but Stephanie...
December 22, 2006
The LA Weekly piece hits the mark on the central thesis, but not on the Latino Initiative.
December 21, 2006
News that the late Alternative can't pay its writers is a sad end to a pleasant supplement to the Weekly and CityBeat.
December 20, 2006
Don't forget the publishers who sacrificed their careers to keep the Los Angeles Times strong.
December 7, 2006
He tried, and tried...and tried...to make it work with Time Warner cable. It didn't.
Another unhappy newspaper reader... • We get up early. We get going early. If the paper isn't on the driveway by...
December 5, 2006
She's not a fan of film critics.
Even reaching the VIP desk was no help to her 80-year-old mother. Another subscriber quits after five decades.
He asked and asked for his paper to be placed at the curb, away from the sprinklers. Exasperated, he quit his L.A. Times habit.
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