Everything: Last 24 hours

A quick scan of all LA Observed entries posted in the past day, on all blogs
 
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SoCal

The Reagan-Nixon line in SoCal baseball

reagan-nixon-line-nyt.jpg The New York Times data team used Facebook data to map the baseball team preferences of the country, focusing on those borders between fans loyal to one team or another. Kind of fascinating, despite the lame name.
Land

Former Robinsons in BH for sale again

Thumbnail image for robinsons-bh-hess.jpg The site at 9900 Wilshire Boulevard, just west of the Beverly Hilton hotel, would come fully approved for construction of a luxury condo project, says the LA Times.
Gary Leonard

Federal Wilderness Act

LAO__earthday.jpg Take My Picture Gary Leonard appears weekly at LA Observed.
Here in Malibu

Ducklings!

Talk about before and after -- two of the female ducks at the lake are suddenly surrounded by flotillas of...
Read the memo

LA Times loses another reporter to BuzzFeed

Thumbnail image for buzzfeed-la.jpg The latest staff writer to jump ship at the Los Angeles Times is Metro projects reporter Jessica Garrison. Read the farewell memo inside.
Books

BritWeek Interview: Anthony Russell

russell-final.jpg In honor of BritWeek, a festival of all things UK in LA, Native Intelligence interviews British residents of Los Angeles. Today, author and musician, Anthony Russell, discusses his memoir Outrageous Fortune and his favorite L.A. spots.
New at LA Observed
666-Huge
huge-cotner.jpgCotner Avenue, West Los Angeles. LA Observed photo.
Streetscape: Easter Sunday
catedral-de-la-fe-easter.jpgCatedral de la fe on Broadway in downtown Los Angeles. LA Observed photo.
Downtown LA from the air, 1955 vs 2014
la-from-air-1955.jpg Nathan Masters makes the visual comparison at Gizmodo's Southland blog.
"Floyd Collins" at La Mirada
FLOYD COLLINS-LA MIRADA-2.jpg One of the best midsize venues to watch professional theater in LA County is on the stage of La Mirada Theatre, says Don Shirley. Native Intelligence
On the ballet legend Tanaquil Le Clercq
mTL0440-M-3.jpgMelissa Barak, the founder and artistic director of The Barak Ballet in Los Angeles, visits LA Observed to write about what she learned from the story of Le Clercq. Native Intelligence
mike-kelly2-iris.jpgIris Schneider checks out preview of the new show from the late Los Angeles artist. Native Intelligence

On the radio
News and public affairs interviews
The Madeleine Brand Show - KPCC 9-10 a.m.
Airtalk with Larry Mantle - KPCC 10-12 noon
To the Point - KCRW Noon-1 p.m.
Patt Morrison - KPCC 1-3 p.m.
Which Way, LA? - KCRW 7-8 p.m.
Left, Right & Center - KCRW Friday 2:30 p.m. Off-Ramp - KPCC Saturday noon
KPFK - Pacifica Radio
City Maven Radio Hour - Internet radio
 
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