Sunday Morning Mimosa
JM, Guess? 1.26.08
FIDM downtown put on an enormous opening last night for its Hollywood costume exhibit from recent movies, some even in current theatrical release. It's good to see someone downtown still supporting Hollywood's workers. The show runs January 28-April 12.
Forget golf and tennis for a while. There are a few mudslides in Griffith Park, none notable, but everything is very, very, soggy. The local course in worst shape, according to the Weather Channel's service, is Studio City.
Nine days before the primary, I guess it's hard to find good local editorial topics...The LA Times thinks you should increase your financial literacy---it even editorializes that you should. A financial literacy reminder: the paper is now owned by a man who made a fortune in the mobile home business.
The Daily News's Rick Orlov has a small item on the costs of Measure S at the DN's blog. (It's listed on the ballot as a Proposition, by the way, and no, I don't know why some are called propositions while others are called measures). He says it could cost Angelenos up to $120 a year in taxes. But you might be able to duck that if you have a PO box in Glendale and can convince your carrier that it's your "suite."