Mayor Sam's Hotsheet for Monday
When you click read more: Council Bait and Switch, Larry Elder "replaces" Don Imus, Bradley Postage Stamp and more
A judge has ruled that the LA City Council engaged in "bait and switch" techniques by tossing out a living wage law overturned by petition and then passing essentially the same law. Though the court only ruled on how the law was passed and not it's merits, hopefully someday this whole nonsense of government wage controls will be found unconstitutional by a court.
TalkRadio 790 KABC’s Larry Elder will guest host shows on MSNBC TV during the time slot recently vacated by Don Imus on Monday, May 7th and Tuesday, May 8th from 6-9AM (EDT)/3-6AM (PDT). The program will be simulcast on KABC radio.
Assemblyman Mike Feuer and Councilman Bernard Parks are leading an effort to call on the US Postal Service to create a postage stamp in honor of Mayor Tom Bradley. You can join the effort by signing our e-petition at MS2.
Looking to enjoy some potato salad and sack races? You are invited to join Wendy Greuel at her annual picnic on May 19th in North Hollywood.
Martini Republic may have not jumped the shark after all but possibly missed it altogether and has been consumed by such.
It took three buses, but Zach Behrens was able to get from Sherman Oaks to Bob Hope Airport. If you live near the NoHo Red Line Station and want to do a little walking, you can do it in one. Beats paying for parking. Also one cool little thing from Behrens' article; a photo of the Burbank Bus at the Red Line station shows in the distance the newly installed sign for HOWS Market at the soon to open NoHo Commons.
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