Another Terrace Morning
Lloyd Wright's "Moore House" in Palos Verdes Estates, above, a uniquely ugly example of not much other than how architects can find a way to jack up their building costs, is slated for demolition. The LA Conservancy would like you to know.
Noted: The thirtieth anniversary of John Lennon's death is inhaling more media oxygen than the sixty-ninth Pearl Harbor day did yesterday.
The path of Elizabeth Edwards reveals not only how devastating such women's cancers are to women, but also how men deal with the sad fact of these cancers. All too typically, not very well.
Villaraigosa vetoes Council. Council had hoped to put the question of termination privileges over the DWP chief on the March ballot.
Now we get to see how our Parent Trigger law might actually work. Skeptics say not too well. Longstanding teacher-basher types like the LA Weekly are delighted. Lydia Grant is counting up the articles on Facebook. But what's important to political watchers are the local tv stories.
The negotiating agreement between City Council and a Little Tokyo developer expires without conclusion.