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Columnist: Koch Brothers Can Start by Getting Rid of LAT 'Liberal Quitters' - Posted May 7, 2013
You may not be familiar with the name Cal Thomas (pictured), but the reach of this political columnist is ... [FishbowlLA]

An Ominous Show of LAT Staffer Hands - Posted April 30, 2013
Remember those folks, like Robert Altman, who swore they would move away from the U.S. if George W. Bush was elected President in 20... [FishbowlLA]

Steve Lopez Still Wants Your Vote for the [Other] Perfect LA Song - Posted February 28, 2013
As LA Times columnist Steve Lopez acknowledges, Randy Newman's "I Love LA" is going to be impossible really to ... [FishbowlLA]

Herald-Examiner Custodian Finally Following His Defunct Newspaper Into the Sunset - Posted January 2, 2013
There is absolutely no trace of today's newspaper tweet, Facebook and "Like Us" madness in the daily routine of Chuck Lutz, the 68-year-old custodian of the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner's former downtown headquarters. A fact that LA Times columnist Steve Lopez ... [GalleyCat]

Herald-Examiner Custodian Finally Following His Defunct Newspaper Into the Sunset - Posted January 2, 2013
There is absolutely no trace of today's newspaper tweet, Facebook and "Like Us" madness in the daily routine of Chuck Lutz, the 68-year-old custodian of the Los Angeles Herald-Examiner's former downtown headquarters. A fact that LA Times columnist Steve Lopez ... [FishbowlLA]

California Watch, LAT, Neon Tommy Score ONA Nominations - Posted August 29, 2012
They're high-fiving today in the halls of USC's Annenberg journalism school. Alongside five nominations for California Watch, four for the LA Times and one for Bill Simmons' Grantland, digital campus hub neontommy.com has landed a 2012 Online News Association (ONA) Online Journalism Awards... [FishbowlLA]

Morning Chatter - Posted May 7, 2012
Quotes of the Day Journo has to pass a kidney stone "All of my tweets for the next few days will come via @hootsuite so I will not be responding. I have to pass this Kidney Stone. #BoomOnMe" -- Sophia Nelson... [FishbowlDC]

KPCC Gives LA Times LAUSD Coverage an F - Posted April 19, 2012
Tony Pierce at KPCC posted the blog equivalent last night of a screeching high school ha... [FishbowlLA]

LA Times a Runner-Up in Three Pulitzer Categories - Posted April 16, 2012
It's a remarkable achievement for any journalist or newspaper organization to be named a Pulitzer Prize finalist. So congratulations are in order to the LA Times, despite the fact that the newspaper has just come up short in three separate 2011-year categories. In ... [FishbowlLA]

'Stand-Up Librarian' Loses Job Over LA Times Story - Posted November 2, 2011
If the tale of West Hollywood library temp Meredith Myers (pictured) were a short story, it could easily be called "Fine Print." As LA Times columnist ... [FishbowlLA]

City Columnist Camps Out at Occupy LA - Posted October 11, 2011
A month in, critics of the Occupy Wall Street movement and its many nationwide offshoots continue to complain about the lack of a clear, consensus message. So, as the sun set on Columbus Day, LA Times city columnist Steve Lopez... [GalleyCat]

LA Times 'Goal of Civility Is Falling Short' On Comment Boards - Posted June 13, 2011
The LA Times' struggles to improve the quality of discourse on the comment sections of its stories continued over the weekend. A piece posted online one week ago entitled "Israel fires on pro-Palestinian protesters; 20 reported killed" has drawn over 700 comments so far. But, as of late last week, despite... [FishbowlLA]

Accused Bell City Official's New Gig: Parking Lot Attendant - Posted January 13, 2011
Man, oh man. If you're looking for the flip side to the recent mostly-feelgood story of Ted Williams, the Columbus, Ohio homeless man who rocketed to fame via YouTube, we've got it for you, courtesy of LA Times city columnist St... [FishbowlLA]

KCET's SoCal Connected Wins duPont Award - Posted December 22, 2010
What a way to end the year. After scoring a George Foster Peabody Award in June, KCET's weekly newsmagazine SoCal Connected... [FishbowlLA]

City Columnist Rewrites MTA's Found Money Policy - Posted December 1, 2010
It's amazing what can happen when the person making the phone calls is an LA Times city columnist rather than a sometimes-homeless Vietnam vet. Steve Lopez ... [FishbowlLA]

The New York Times Details Tribune Company 'Frat House' - Posted October 6, 2010
Wow. Quite a piece by David Carr in the New York Times detailing the transition from the pre-Sam-Zell... [FishbowlLA]

Villaraigosa Beat Out OJ for Worst Angeleno of All Time - Posted February 8, 2010
Steve Lopez had a poll last week. He wanted to know who the worst Angeleno was and now he doesn't like the answer: OK, so here we are in Greater L.A., with its long, dark history of land and water grabs, l... [FishbowlLA]

Elmore Leonard Wins Lifetime Achievement Award - Posted October 1, 2009
PEN USA, the West Coast arm of the international PEN organization, has announced that Elmore Leonard (pictured) has won their 2009 Lifetime Achievement Award. He joins an illustrious crew that includes: ... [GalleyCat]

Steve Lopez Takes on MJ Memorial - Posted July 9, 2009
Steve Lopez seems to think the Michael Jackson Memorial was not our proudest moment. He writes: I got to Staples Center some time after the parade of Ringling Bros. elephants and just before a bikini-clad ... [FishbowlLA]

Steve Lopez to Other Columnists: 'Leave Your Desks' - Posted June 29, 2009
Robert Downey Jr. impersonator Steve Lopez was the keynote speaker Friday at the National Society of Newspaper Columnists. ... [FishbowlLA]

Reel Journalism Screens "The Soloist" - Posted April 15, 2009
Last night former WaPo VP Pat Butler joined Nick Clooney and LA Times columnist ... [FishbowlDC]

Zuma Dogg Defeats Villaraigosa! - Posted March 4, 2009
When we fell asleep last night - Villaraigosa was headed for a run off. This morning he has another 4 years as mayor to talk about what he wants to do, then how hard it is to do it and then ultimately not get it done. Exhibit A? ... [FishbowlLA]

Where There's Smoke... - Posted November 17, 2008
Our heads hurt. Our lungs ache. We're cranky. It's not like we were training for the Pasadena Marathon and then it got canceled. But we've been trapped inside our house all weekend trying to avoid more smoke inhalati... [FishbowlLA]

'The Soloist' Pulled From Oscar Contention - Posted October 17, 2008
"The Soloist," starring Robert Downey Jr. and Jamie Foxx and based on a series of L.A. Times columns, won't be given a 2008 release, thus ... [FishbowlLA]

LAT In 90 Seconds - Posted September 23, 2008
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LAT In 90 Seconds - Posted September 3, 2008
Easy On The Top, Easy On The Sides And, Well, Just Easy: Steve Lopez increases his carbon footprint just to drive to Orange County and make fun of Republicans. People living up to their stere... [FishbowlLA]

LAT In 90 Seconds - Posted July 16, 2008
50 Cent: Not the rapper, the price tag. In the face of cuts and other awful things, Steve Lopez reminds readers what they're getting for 50 cents: "Although that money doesn't buy you ... [FishbowlLA]

FBLA EXCLUSIVE: The Truth About Eric Longabardi's Necktie - Posted June 24, 2008
Our post about the L.A. Press Club awards inspired a few lamentations among winners who were not listed, but no lamentations were as interesting as those of ERSNews.com's Eric Longabar... [FishbowlLA]

LA Times Serial Novel: Spinning Out of Control--Paper Begs for Pro Writers - Posted April 7, 2008
Steve Lopez started a serial novel at the Los Angeles Times, but those pesky amateurs are so useless. Sue Horton sent this missive: Are you at that point in writing something that you'd rather scrub the kitchen floor with a toothbrush than type another word? DO NOT DESPAIR.You see, we've started a... [FishbowlLA]

LAT In 90 Seconds - Posted April 2, 2008
Serial Novel: Steve Lopez's experiment in reader participation continues, with Chapter 4 of his reader-written serial novel. The Orange County Register did something like this five or six years ago. It sucked. ... [FishbowlLA]

LAT In The Limelight: It Ain't Pretty - Posted March 18, 2008
Former LAT Jerusalem bureau chief Marjorie Miller writes about the Spring Street newsroom's strange relationship with the Hollywood movie crew that took over for a few days during the filming of The Soloist, which is based on a series of Steve Lopez... [FishbowlLA]

Will the LA Times Delete All the Old Staffers? - Posted March 5, 2008
Of the big list of staffers eligible for the buyout at the LA Times, only a handful (under 10) are over 60. The powers that be might think long and hard before booting the seniors. Lewis Segal, the dance critic, is going. Sasha Anawalt ... [FishbowlLA]

LA Times Editorial On Villaraigosa: Naughty, Naughty, Nada - Posted July 6, 2007
FBLA had been worried that the LA Times wasn't going to opine on Mayor Tony and his hot tamale. Today's op-ed reminds readers about other pols who couldn't keep their pants zipped. Hard-hitting, it's not. Cheaters who prosper Mayors, president... [FishbowlLA]

Jack Shafer in Slate names LA Times All-Stars - Posted January 8, 2007
Writing in Slate, Jack Shafer picks out those LA Times writers he considers to be "the most talented journalists" who might jump ship, if the Tribune keeps hacking away at the paper's mandate and budget. And there's a big list, including Pulitzer winners Dan Neil, Carolyn Cole, Charles Ornstein, and ... [FishbowlLA]

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