Monthly Archives: March 2008
no. it ain’t what you think. But it did remind me of one of the most famous headlines from the April 15, 1983 NY Post: Headless Body in Topless Bar.
Preps sports has been a leader in using online tools and continues with a live stream coach interview on Monday. Readers can ask questions in real time for Preps sports editor Fred Robledo and there will also be a taped … Continue reading
connection in fatal shooting. The Times said last week that it had uncovered new details about the 1994 beating and shooting of Shakur that involved Diddy, who has completely denied the tale. Diddy refused to talk to the reporter before … Continue reading
Some (BO supporter?) throws a wobbly dart at Hillary Clinton. It’s too good not to be true, right?
Actually, we should have been clearer when we did this story about the ethnic shifts in cities such as Rosemead. Numbers for the population change came from the U.S. Census Bureau. Callers have complained that the percentages don’t add up. … Continue reading
We’ll be be covering this very interesting trial next month. Meanwhile, at FCBlog, Murray Bessette, a Ph.D. candidate at Claremont Graduate University, will be doing posts on the story. Love the banner.
because the LA Times just ran a political campaign ad disguised as a story about her. Oh, wait, she is running (not ‘considering’ as the story says) for Assembly. Well that’s sure fortuitous. I’ll wait for the stories about these … Continue reading
Newspapers and, especially, TV news love all things pets. Dog saves boy; boy saves cats. whatever. They are rating boosters. We try to limit it, but sometimes…. That almost happened when we heard Friday that a CHP officer saved a … Continue reading
will come in the 60th District, says the Ventura County Star. Chino Hills Mayor Curt Hagman and Larry Dick, an Orange County water district director are battling it out for district being vacated by Assemblyman Bob Huff. The District covers … Continue reading
is the Associated Press is bulking up its LA celebrity coverage. Whew. Well at least the importance stuff will be covered.