GETTING THERE FROM HERE-Bus ridership in Los Angeles is plummeting, says the Wall Street Journal, but LA Metro CEO Phil Washington thinks he has the solution.
CALBUZZ--As the Democratic candidates for president gather Thursday night in Houston for another “debate” – the first in which the top three contenders will share the stage – the race still hinges on one key question: Who among the candidates can defeat President Donald Trump in Wisconsin, Michigan and Pennsylvania?
VIEW FROM HERE-I know that World Trade Center Building 7 was not brought down by office fires.
EASTSIDER-Back in May, our very own Jack Humphreville submitted an open letter to Mayor Garcetti signed by a litany of Neighborhood Council leaders, asking for input in selecting Grayce Liu’s successor as DONE’s GM. We now have the answer, and it’s no surprise.
ONE MAN’S OPINION-We are now constructing a huge infrastructure of homeless services.
OTHERWORDS--A few years ago, I had a cupcake problem. I’d go to the cupcake store almost daily and I’d eat at least one cupcake, sometimes more.
RANTZ & RAVEZ-September 11, 2001 is a day I will never forget. It was in the early morning hours.
PERSPECTIVE--California has a shocking 18.2 poverty rate -- the second highest in the nation, according to a recent article in the Sacramento Bee.
WORLD WATCH--I am getting sick and tired of the raging violent conflicts overseas and the political mess here at home which is consuming us day in and day out.
ALPERN AT LARGE--A very enthusiastic crowd of Mar Vista residents showed up in force to address potential situations to the homeless issue and to confront a developer who was developing an oversized project that was significantly different than the one at that site previously approved by the Mar Vista Community Council.
BRINGING DOWN DICTATORS-In the eyes of the law there are differences in lies. While it is wrong to deceive, deception with the intent to cause injury or damage is especially bad.