Monthly Archives: February 2007

“Welcome to the hip-hop Woodstock”

Now here’s a man who gets it. And another one.

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Pay no attention to the riot going on outside…

“This was my best weekend yet at an All-Star game,” said Miami guard Dwyane Wade. “They know how to put on a show here. They know how to do it just a fabulous weekend everywhere you went. “Every party was … Continue reading

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Diamond Bar also posts it’s meetings.

One city I’m familiar with and has always been forthright with its documents also posts its meeting’s online. Unfortunately, I’m still trying to figure out how to post it to the blog.

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Youtube hosts Azusa candidates

Azusa City Council candidate forum on youtube.

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Monrovia City Council

We see so many cities that make it difficult to see their agendas or get documents. When a city actually gives the public even more access, it should be applauded. Monrovia is the only city I know of that posts … Continue reading

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Correction of the day

L.A. Times: An article in Wednesday’s Calendar section about an English-language newspaper in Mexico City referred to the many U.S. ex-patriots who live there. It should have said expatriates.

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And so it begins.

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Cool photo and here’s the story.

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Citizen journalism gone mad

What if we fired all our reporters tomorrow and depended on volunteers and community newsletters for our information? I a big believer in citizen journalism, and there are already blogs slowly covering the happenings in parts of the San Gabriel … Continue reading

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21 years and counting…

“With pitchers and catchers reporting on Thursday, Mets manager Willie Randolph sported his 1977 World Series ring yesterday, hoping that three decades after winning it with the Yankees, he can pick up another one with their crosstown rivals.”

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