Morning Buzz

Morning Buzz: Tuesday 8.28.12

Anthony Brown, the FBI informant who reported on abuse within L.A. County jails, is serving 423 years to life for armed robbery and has a history of making unfounded allegations about police. Other than that, all good. LAT

The Los Angeles Sports Council and local teams announced the use of a new Southern California Fan Code of Conduct, which supposedly will get you kicked out of games for profanity. DN/Hoffarth

Former City Hall deputy Rob Wilcox is now Rob Wilcox deputy director of communications
for the California High Speed Rail Authority.

Pacific Standard's September-October “California Issue” hits newsstands today.

Author and scientist Oliver Sacks describes his personal experiments with drugs including LSD, cannabis, opium, chloral hydrate, and morning-glory seeds, starting at age 30 while a neurology resident at UCLA and while living in Topanga Canyon. New Yorker and video

The Press-Telegram has run a two-part series examining the bullying of gay students in Long Beach area schools and how school districts address the issue. P-T

There's a report that the First Lutheran Church of Van Nuys, a 1925 church at the corner of Kitttridge Street & Vesper Avenue, has asked for a permit for demolition. Here in Van Nuys

More by Kevin Roderick:
'In on merit' at USC
Read the memo: LA Times hires again
Read the memo: LA Times losing big on search traffic
Google taking over LA's deadest shopping mall
Gustavo Arellano, many others join LA Times staff
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Morning Buzz: Wednesday 4.16.14