If you enjoy shopping at the Hollywood Farmers' Market today might have been the last day the popular produce exchange is allowed to operate. Blogging.la reports that the Market's street closure permits are up for renewal. The LA Film School which operates on the same street has requested that the street not be closed on Sundays going forward and access to the school's parking lot be made available creating a conundrum for the folks at the City who have to make these decisions.
LAObserved notes that public agencies are making use of the Internet to bypass the dinosaur media to get their stories out. Now, besides just publishing press releases agencies such as the LA County Sheriff's Department are putting up their own public information websites with formats and content much resembling traditional news sites. Of course the City of LA Fire Department's Brian Humphrey has been ahead of the curve with this for years being one of the first to publish a blog and was a Twitter early adopter.
Another Villaraigosa media opp; this time at the LA Auto Show he promises the industry LA homes will be ready for charging electric cars in the next seven days. Watch your wallet!
A clearly worried Jose Huizar campaign began a very early slime attack on challenger Rudy Martinez, who is gaining support faster that Villaraigosa is taking photos, but the Martinez campaign had a clever comeback: quote Huizar's own past praise for Martinez before then clearly refuting the Huizar-Trujillo spin.