THE WORKPLACE - For months, corporate hegemons, real estate brokers and their media acolytes have insisted that a return to “normalcy,” that is, to the office, was imminent.
LA POLITICS - How does one apply the very campaign tactics of former President Donald Trump on one hand, and claim to be a “progressive” on the other?
THE VIEW FROM HERE - The season for 2022 Los Angeles Mayoral Race is open. Let the lying commence.
FIRE WATCH - One year after its aging equipment sparked a wildfire that killed four people in Northern California, Pacific Gas & Electric on Friday was hit with 31 charges, including 11 felonies, by a county prosecutor who cited the formerly bankrupt utility giant's "repeated pattern" of causing such conflagrations.
RICH GETTING RICHER - Professional sports teams, massive luxury-car collections, 216-foot yachts, multi-million-dollar mansions.
ERIC PREVEN'S NOTEBOOK - The Inboxes are blowing up at the California League of Cities offices.
A VIEW FROM HERE - Lawyers use legalese which confuses most people, but judges use JudicialSpeak which can be harder to understand.
GOVERNMENT FUNDING - As lawmakers scramble to finalize a historic jobs and infrastructure package, huge fights are underway to figure out how to fund it.
SOUTH OF THE 10 - n our previous article, we incorrectly attached Rams owner Stan Kroenke, to rumors circulating amongst the city’s three gated communities, that they would be offer buy-outs, to ease parking constraints related to SoFi Stadium and the Clippers Arena.
Drought Dogs: The dogs, a large black lab named Montana and a medium sized tan mutt named Winston, make several sorties a day up to the top of the hill behind our house at full speed; they never catch anything.
RECALL POLITICS - For many, DA Gascon’s dangerous directives represent a disregard to the rule of law that he actually swore to uphold, then only to ignore on his first day in office.