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Journos Pay Tribute to the Late, Great Cathy Seipp - Posted March 21, 2012
It was five years ago today that beloved LA reporter Cathy Seipp lost her battle with cancer. On Twitter, those who knew her best are sharing old links and heartfelt memories using the hashtag #MissSeipp. Two of Seipp's closest friends, Reason magazine editor-in-chief Matt Welch and his freelance jou... [FishbowlLA]

Daughter Curates Legacy of Journo Cathy Seipp - Posted December 30, 2010
Maia Lazar (pictured), the 21-year-old daughter of dearly departed LA freelance journalist Cathy Seipp (... [FishbowlLA]

Deep Glamour Hits the Blogosphere - Posted September 2, 2008
Virginia Postrel (left) has a deal with Free Press to deliver a book about the philosophical underpinnings of glamour, similar to her earlier book The Substance of Style, towards the end of 200... [GalleyCat]

Revengerella by Amy Alkon: Book Deal! - Posted November 9, 2007
Syndicated columnist and Advice Goddess blogger Amy Alkon expands her plans for world domination by penning Revengerella: One Woman's Battle to Beat Some Manners into Impolite Society, true stories of the spectacular ways a self-described "manners psycho" pranks cell phone abusers, tel... [FishbowlLA]

Wit's Autopost: Theresa Duncan Blog Lives On - Posted October 30, 2007
Either there's a ghost or a prankster at the late Theresa Duncan's blog, The Wit of the Staircase where a new posting has appeared. An editor's note says that there's a New Year's Eve post coming up, as well. Duncanologists can dissect the story of ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Press Club Awards: Web World Winners - Posted June 17, 2007
The LA Press Club gave out their 49th Annual Awards on Saturday night, at a gala dedicated to the late Cathy Seipp. Winners abound, for a full list, check here. For a list of the Online winners, check here: ... [FishbowlLA]

March 30 is "Stop Cyberbullying Day" - Posted March 30, 2007
Andy Carvin declares today as Stop Cyberbullying Day. Blogher's Lisa Stone, writing about ... [FishbowlLA]

Cathy Seipp and Kathy Sierra: Wild in The Blog-o-sphere - Posted March 27, 2007
Sandra Tsing Loh memorializes Cathy Seipp and explains the mysteries of Technorati in an op-ed in the LA Times. Loh touches on the wilder shores of blogging--... [FishbowlLA]

The Cathy Seipp-Geist - Posted March 26, 2007
Funeral rites in Blogistan take strange forms, as fans and friends of Cathy Seipp have discovered since her actual funeral on Friday. Her own blog, Cathy's World has become the online equivalent of open-mike ni... [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]

Cathy Seipp 1957-2007 - Posted March 21, 2007
After a long battle with lung cancer, Los Angeles writer Cathy Seipp died this afternoon. She had referred me for this job and by so doing, changed my life. She was kind and cranky, silly and profound. She made Los Angeles seem a little bit like her own red living room--warm,... [FishbowlLA]

Cathy Seipp: Victim of Cybersquatter - Posted March 20, 2007
Journalist Cathy Seipp is fighting for her life at Cedars Sinai, but cybersquatter Eliot Stein has already started using the domain name cathyseipp.com that he registered a few years back. On that site, there'... [FishbowlLA]

Ben Ehrenreich Visits ER, Gains Insight into Lives of Brown-Eyed People - Posted February 14, 2007
Ben Ehrenreich's op-ed in today's LA Times is meant to point out that poor minorities suffer the most in hospital emergency rooms. His unnamed Chicana girlfriend (her name doesn't matter, but her ethnicity does?) broke her ankle, and being "be... [FishbowlLA]

The Leader of the Pack--Meghan Daum on Roaming Dogs of LA - Posted January 29, 2007
Elfin Op-ed columnist, Meghan Daum, chronicles the class struggle as played out in her neighborhood of Echo Park--by dogs. In Saturday's LA Times, she wrote about the gentrification of her neighborhood, and the dogs abandon... [FishbowlLA]

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