Monthly Archives: September 2007
Gary Scott, former SGVN political editor and longtime Pasadena Star News reporter, wrote an article about bloggers and city attorneys at the Daily Journal. One quote: “”I wrote a ‘cease and desist’ letter to the operator of the blog, and … Continue reading
Great story that really shouldn’t be needed. Reporters have access to public school campuses unless they disrupt classes or are deemed a safety threat. School officials and even parents might want more censorship, but that’s not the way it works … Continue reading
Apparent exchange with a store clerk who had just been robbed and CBS2/KCAL9 reporter Mary Beth McDade: “The clerk told McDade that he put one of the preps in a headlock, and that he got punched for his trouble. “But … Continue reading
So two adults fight in front of a bunch of kids at a volleyball game, and it’s our fault because we pointed it out. That certainly seems to be San Dimas High School principal Kristine Kulow’s response: “…Kulow also would … Continue reading
Could the difference be any more stark than it is framed on page b-1 of today’s Times. Above the fold, a story about the reassignment of Mirthala Salinas. The mayor’s girlfriend/TV news anchor has been reassigned to Riverside County as … Continue reading
Or so this says. After doing it, the calculations said my ‘real’ age was 38.7 (which is close enough) and my life expectancy is 77.3. Doesn’t seem like a whole lotta time, does it?
Prep sports editor Fred Robledo posted some interesting photos of a fan fight at San Dimas High School volleyball game Wednesday. The school’s resource officer has not called us back today to comment on the photos and school officials are … Continue reading
We had a story and graphic about a man, Isaac J. Campbell, 32, who is suspected of killing his girlfriend and stuffing her body in a trash can in Arcadia. The front page display had several photos of the victim, … Continue reading
Reporter Tania Chatila had a short follow up to her story about the La Puente City Council looking to increase its pay. More specifically the follow up addresses Mayor Lou Perez’s assertion that he needed money for clothes. The story … Continue reading
Treat it like alcohol?