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Zocalo Public Square Ramps Up Editorial Operations - Posted April 21, 2011
There's a lot going on these days with Z calo Public Square's web presence. In the past few months, a trio of very impressive journalists has come on board full-time and next week, the eight-year-old company will move to larger office space within its current Koreatown headquarters. ... [FishbowlLA]

Andres Martinez: Lawsuits and Restraining Orders and Controversy, Oh My! - Posted August 22, 2008
L.A. Observed has the dirt on a series of legal maneuvers by and related to former LAT Op/Ed editor Andres Martinez. If you'll ... [FishbowlLA] Changes - Posted November 6, 2007
A insider alerts us to two new things unveiled by today... First, the face of's politics section will look a lot different. We are introducing a new magazine style design that features one in-depth political story per day, and also presents all of our election and politics content, tools... [FishbowlDC]

Andres Martines Found Not Guilty of Anything - Posted October 10, 2007
Blogger Patterico has a long memory, especially for all things LA Dog Trainer Times. He's been bugging Jamie Gold, the Reader's Rep., about the Andres Martinez investigation. Backstory: Ma... [FishbowlLA]

Mirthala Salinas and Mayor Villaraigosa: Does the Romance Cost the City? - Posted July 22, 2007
The LA Times dutifully kept the heat on Telemundo temptress Mirthala Salinas and Mayor Villaraigosa, sort of. As Mickey Kaus points out, the LAT consid... [FishbowlLA]

Andres Martinez Joins New America Foundation - Posted June 8, 2007
Andres Martinez is joining the New America Foundation, as an Irvine Fellow. The former LA Times editorial page editor left in a huff after ... [FishbowlLA]

Piranhas in the Fishbowl: Grazer-Gate Continues - Posted March 26, 2007
Andres Martinez, for such a pleasant guy, seemed to have made some LA Times enemies in his very short tenure there. All weekend, FBLA has been hearing various little snippets of rumors that Martinez was perceived as "too pro-business" or "not in touch with the rest of the paper". LAObserved is... [FishbowlLA]

Sundown on Sunset - Posted March 23, 2007
FBLA is in a somber mood, as so many things have vanished from the Los Angeles scene this week. Cathy Seipp died at 49 but remains top hit on Technorati. Andres Martinez leaves the LA Times in a ... [FishbowlLA]

Show Down on Spring Street: Andres Martinez Names News Room Meddlers at LA Times - Posted March 23, 2007
The newly departed LA Times editor Andres Martinez needs his own blog, but until that time, he's got LA Observed. He wrote an email about the lack of firm boundaries between news and editorial: ... [FishbowlLA]

Breaking: Grazer Section Killed--Martinez Out - Posted March 22, 2007
The Los Angeles Times scrapped the special Sunday Current section, as was announced by publisher David Hiller at a meeting this morning. Editor Andres Martinez ... [FishbowlLA]

Will the LA Times Pulp the Grazer Guest Edit Section? - Posted March 22, 2007
Andres Martinez covers his butt in a blog post at the LA Times. He's quick to point out that he wasn't alone, no siree, in deciding that ... [FishbowlLA]

Andres Martinez, Kelly Mullens, Brian Grazer: Three's Company - Posted March 21, 2007
FBLA thinks this is almost too good to be true: Andres Martinez, the Op-Ed Editor at the LA Times has been dating Kelly Mullens, who was an executive with Sitrick and Company. One of that firm's clients is Brian Grazer, the guest editor of this weekend's Current section. Former Sitri... [FishbowlLA]

Brian Grazer: Editor for a Day at LA Times - Posted March 15, 2007
The LA Times is going for a guest editor for the Sunday Op-ed section, Current, and so picked the obvious candidate, Brian Grazer for the March 25th issue. From the press release: ... [FishbowlLA]