Sunrise in Anza-Borrego State Park 10-23-11.
Great morning to all in the political bloggersphere. Just returned home from a brief desert weekend as the "Latino Chairman Mao" prepares for "Mayor Villar's Excellent Asian Adventures, Part Two".
In the original, Mayor Villar and his entourage activities were closely chronicled by the "Old Gray Hag on Spring Street', who sent along then City Hall PR Scribe Duke Helfand to regale us, on all the major accomplishments. Now a second term failure in the future, will the Times send along David Zahniser to provide 11 days of fact-checking hell for the City Terrace native?
** Daily News Rick Orlov touches on the "Latino Chairman Mao" future travels, Dennis Zine, Berman vs. Sherman and yet another study on the Los angeles econmoy in his "Tipoff column"
** The land that once housed the fabled collective garden known as the "South-Central Farm" (anybody remember LAPD Reservist Dennis Zine's actions at the site?) is up for discussion and resolution tomorrow
at the Horseshoe on Spring Street.
MORE LATER IN THE DAY.
Scott Johnson in CD 14
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