The LA Weekly reports that some LA City Council members are reporting they're getting death threats over the passage of a City boycott of Arizona over their anti-immigration law. This is despite the fact the Clowncil has passed several exceptions to the boycott. Even Mike Trujillo is getting into the act taking up his new tactic of calling opponents racist.
Mulholland Terrace pens an essay on eighteen months (and lots of prologue) of Carmen, of whom he says he is hoping against hope his mentor Steve Cooley will be chosen California Attorney General by the voters thus opening up the DA spot for Carmen.
Phil Jennerjahn was able to use some of this trademark phrases such as "Dangerous enemies of freedom" at last Saturday's Clean Sweep Candidates forum despite the lack of air conditioning.
Mayor Villaraigosa has appointed a former longshoreman, David Arian, to the Board of Harbor Commissioners. More importantly Arian was once President of the longshoreman's union.
Law and Order is coming to Los Angeles but apparently a legendary LA landmark house wasn't LA enough for the producers. So they photoshopped the house to make it more "authentic."
If you want to have your cake and eat it too blogging.la recommends the Salt Peanut Chocolate Cake at the Nickel Diner.