WESTSIDE - Bass, Park could become unlikely allies in fighting homelessness, rising crime and the quality-of-life issues that plague both Angelenos and Venetians alike!
THE EASTSIDER - Special thanks to the Eagle Rock Chamber of Commerce, for agreeing to sit down with me on Sunday. The tale of this year’s Christmas Tree Lightning Event at the Eagle Rock City Hall follows.
POLITICAL UPSETS - As the FIFA World Cup match ups are underway and each new day seems to bring a new upset, one can’t help but to see the comparison with the game of politics in this election cycle.
ACCORDING TO LIZ - In the middle of October an older man died in a hot spring – name and cause of death as yet unknown –
ELECTION ANALYSIS - The road to democracy was long and winding in 2022, with much shock and surprise as LA will have its first female mayor in Karen Bass and Venice will be directly represented by Councilmember-elect Traci Park here in CD-11.
RantZ and RaveZ - I hope you enjoyed Thanksgiving and are preparing for the December holidays as we move toward the end of 2022 and onto a Happy 2023.
GUEST COMMENTARY - Until the 2020 Presidential election, Americans took it for granted that the losing side in a political race would be gracious and respectful to the winning side.
GUEST COMMENTARY - For good reasons, the spotlights of media have been shining brightly on the fate of our electoral democracy; undoubtedly this intense focus will continue long after the midterm elections.
LA ELECTION 2022 – So who is the true Democrat in this race to succeed Mike Bonin in CD-11?
THE EASTSIDER - Since the launch of her campaign for LA City Attorney, Hydee Feldstein Soto has made it clear that she is not a politician,
GUEST COMMENTARY - As caustic and hurtful as the racially motivated comments on the Martinez-DeLeon-Cedillo tape from October 2021 were, they pale in comparison to the political manipulation that the three elected officials pursued regarding the City Council’s ethnic makeup.
DEEGAN ON LA—It’s got lots: prestigious neighborhoods, a collection of blue-chip museums, eventually five subway stops, the fruits of redistricting, and the future and the past rolled into one.