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"Off The Record" gets belatedly blotted

A dozen long years before “Losering” was published, I put out my first book, a self-published novel called  “Off The Record.”  Despite the vanity-press taint, it actually out-performed the Ryan Adams book in terms of mainstream-press response. 404 more words

Santa Barbara Oil Spill Sends California a Wakeup Call

June 9, 2015

The Los Angeles Daily News

Summary: Plains All-American, the company whose burst pipeline led to the spill of 101,000 gallons of crude oil, previously argued that a burst was “extremely unlikely.” A senate bill and a separate amendment have been proposed to close loopholes in the poorly regulated offshore oil industry and update safety, respectively. 29 more words


Lakers GM Kupchak doesn't think Kobe plays beyond next year

Kobe Bryant has started lifting weights on his latest road to rehab, and Los Angeles Lakers general manager Mitch Kupchak, is basing that on a means to an end of his career. 233 more words


Josh Hamilton: Rob Manfred, Suspension, Arbitrator, MLBPA

By now we’ve all come to know that Josh Hamilton confessed to Major League Baseball about his drug relapse over the offseason. He is facing a suspension, and here are the latest headlines: 247 more words

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Tuesday Newsday for 3/3/15

Howdy Folks! It’s time once again for our weekly news round-up! I’ve been fairly absent for a little while, mostly due to some rough germs passed around at Christmas and New Years that kept me in a fairly pitiful state while I was not working. 863 more words

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Longtime, Prolific L.A. City Hall Reporter Rick Orlov Dies at 66

Rick Orlov, a veteran reporter who covered City Hall for the Los Angeles Daily News for nearly 30 years, has died. He was 66.

Orlov died Monday of complications from diabetes, according to his sister, Joanne Levy. 194 more words

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Los Angeles Daily News Owner Digital First Media Looks For Buyers After Web Initiatives Founder

Digital First Media tapped some of the most prominent Internet evangelists to help it figure out how to make the transition from a publisher of declining traditional newspapers to a thriving online power. 289 more words