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Contemplating the Death of Rigoberto Ruelas - Posted October 4, 2010
LA Times columnist Sandy Banks was at the funeral of teacher Rigoberto Ruelas and penned a column over the weekend. It's an interesting piece that navigates a pretty fine line--acknowledging that Ruelas was beloved as a te... [FishbowlLA]

LAT In 90 Seconds - Posted June 17, 2008
Mo'bit: A quick blog post yesterday told LAT readers about Stan Winston's demise, giving the ... [FishbowlLA]

Margaret Jones/Peggy Seltzer Toteboard - Posted March 9, 2008
Margaret B. Jones/Peggy Seltzer Scoreboard: Chicago Tribune Why they lie Financial Times Tall tales of the would-be victim New York Times Strong reporting nearly makes up for the initial flabbiness. No dog-pile of ... [FishbowlLA]

Why Didn't Sandy Banks Ask Genie Harrison Any Hard Questions? - Posted October 6, 2007
Did the LAT figure that Sandy Banks was going to editorialize no matter what, so giving her a column was the lesser of two evils? Today's offering glamorizes Genie Harrison, t... [FishbowlLA]

LA Adds More Blog-Bling - Posted October 2, 2007
The LA Times is just growing by leaps and bounds. Coming soon, as announced by Meredith Artley: * Small changes to the homepage including a dedicated area for sports, more visible blog and quote treatment. * "Emerald City," a blog on green living in LA. * "Up to Speed," a new auto blog. *... [FishbowlLA]

Sandy Banks Returns as LA Times Columnist - Posted September 7, 2007
The LA Times announces that Sandy Banks will return as a columnist. Twice a week. Are the Times editors incapable of looking outside the building? Are there really no fresh, interesting, writers in all of Los Angeles, other than those folks already on the payroll? Here's some hints: Susannah Breslin Amy... [FishbowlLA]