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Board of Supervisors has a correspondence database

Here. I don’t know how useful it is, but it’s at least an attempt at open government.

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I went to a talk by David Wallis the other day on the scarcity and slow demise of the cartoonist. I’ll post more on my thoughts on that later.

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Just because they’re applying, doesn’t mean they know what’s coming.

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My column

No bias. No favor. Its a mantra we journalists try to live by. And around election time, the standard guides us as we decide which stories to publish before Election Day and which ones to publish afterward. Every year in … 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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Cool photo and here’s the story.

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“Glendor-a-ma on YouTube”

Foothill Cities has some interesting links to videos and stories from Sierra Madre, Glendora and and Claremont.

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Local blogs covering San Gabriel Valley

I keep searching for local bloggers, and I’m wondering if I should start start a blogroll when I find them. Here are a few: Foothill Cities, written by a local resident, and another one by Amanda Wray, a Web designer … Continue reading

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Obit by video

Art Buchwald, celebrated humorist, died Wednesday. He was 81 and sick for a the past few months. In a video interview, he starts of saying “hi, I’m Art Buchwald and I just died.” That’s an interesting way to go in … Continue reading

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