KCRW's Frances Anderson goes through the house that architect Thom Mayne built for himself on the site of Bradbury's longtime home in Cheviot Hills.
LA Observed Notes for midweek: Peabody and Murrow awards, an era ending at NPR, new on Jimmy Wales and Steve Bannon plus more.
Maharaj at the LAT Book Prizes plus media notes, LA riots anniversary and more.
Alvear started at KNBC and became NBC's first Latina news producer when she led Latin America coverage.
Also: The "super bloom" of yellow mustard across SoCal hillsides needs to be stopped.
I will be moderating a journalism panel on Monday night and then, on Saturday, signing and schmoozing at the Times book festival.
You probably have heard of David Fahrenthold by now. Ex-LAT journalists re-uniting at CNN. Octavia Butler, Bob Miller, politics notes.
"He is not merely amusing. He is dangerous," Monday's editorial says. "He has made himself the stooge...for every crazy blogger, political quack, racial theorist, foreign leader or nutcase peddling a story."
"Nothing prepared us for the magnitude of this train wreck," the Los Angeles Times says of Donald Trump in a full-page editorial. Plus: Paul Magers, the Groundlings founder and more.
Soon-Shiong looks to be moving on Ferro. Variety snags an editor. Another Los Angeles Magazine editor leaves.
Bay has been director of the journalism school at USC. Also: Notes on James Rainey, Tronc and more.
Media and politics notes from all over, plus media people news, some place notes and selected tweets.
LA Observed contributor Iris Schneider is one of the six photographers whose images are included in a show opening tonight at the Arena 1 Gallery at Santa Monica Airport.
Osborne's TV credits begin in 1954, but in 1977 he took up writing for the Hollywood Reporter and became the genial first host of TCM movies.
Nick Ut's retirement. Key editors jump from the LA Times. Downtown News sold. Plus many more notes and observations.
Emmis Communications sells Los Angeles and Orange Coast magazines to a Detroit-based publisher. What happens now is unclear.
The Los Angeles entertainment journalist and author of "Sunset Boulevard: Cruising The Heart of Los Angeles” has died of cancer.
Keith Boyer, a veteran with the Whittier Police Department, was 53 and a father. He was shot by a recent parolee.
"A giant of American film criticism," Kenneth Turan says of Schickel, the longtime Time critic, author and documentary maker.
Also: Exits from the LA Times, Google warns journalists, some Trump-inspired news jobs and more.
Finke has been awarded a Knight Nieman fellowship to "explore best practices in the reporting of breaking news and analysis in a 24/7 media environment."
The conservative talk show host and Chapman law professor is on a roll with Trump.
The creative director and editor who brought The Hollywood Reporter back from the brink is moving to the parent company.
News, notes and observations of media, politics and place. Plus selected tweets.
Our occasional roundup on media, politics and place from multiple sources.
In this time of instant news, fake news and superficial tweets, it’s good to recall a couple of recent newspaper stories that are likely to last a while and make a difference.
It's against "long-standing ethics guidelines" to participate, the managing editor's memo reminds the journalists.
The owners are slowly selling off their alt weeklies and predict the LA Weekly will generate buyer interest.
Media, books, politics and place and a few tweets.
The morning show loses a host -- Alex Cohen -- and an hour of air time each day.
Our occasional roundup on media, politics and place from a variety of LA Observed sources.
Michael Justice, who shot for the Wall Street Journal, Daily Breeze and LA Herald Examiner, was on assignment for the port in San Pedro.
Giving up journalism. A new managing editor. A film reporter and more in our occasional roundup.
Austin Raishbrook, an owner of RMG News, put down his camera and saved a life on the freeway.
Media notes to end 2016, plus politics, place, selected media tweets and more.
Co-managing editor Larry Ingrassia goes after the magazine and writer Ed Leibowitz for "What's the matter with the Los Angeles Times?"
The public has property rights, too - and we're tired of being forced to use our state taxes to fight decades-long battles for public access that has been long established.
Media and politics notes, observations on place and much more.
Maya Lau comes to the LAT from Baton Rouge, where she covered crime and investigations.
Editor-publisher Davan Maharaj says the letters to the editor of Travel violated the paper's standards for "civil, fact-based discourse."
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