The City of LA may be boycotting Arizona but Nevada is asking California businesses to consider a boycott of their own of the Golden State. The Silver State is running an ad campaign that is encouraging enterprises to take advantage of their friendlier business climate including a lack of corporate and business taxes.
He's back! Fresh off yet another last place win perennial candidate Phil Jennerjahn has announced his next run for office. Phil plans to move into the 4th Council District and challenge current member Tom LaBonge. The erstwhile blogger and goofy recall leader calls LaBonge the "Al Bundy" of LA politics and has to be stopped. No doubt about it, Jennerjahn vs LaBonge will indeed be the battle of the half-wits.
As a kid I used to love reading the TV Times in my Dad's Sunday LA Times. Particularly the column in the back where viewers wrote in to get their questions about television shows and TV in general. Sometime back, the TV Times was cancelled. Now it's back, but quite sadly as a way for the Former Fishwrap of Record to earn some much needed shekels: if you want the listings it will set you back $2.99 a month.