Category Archives: Los Angeles Times

The most amazing thing to me is not that Ross Levinsohn (as a sales guy) would say and do the things he did, but that the LAT newsroom is both so sensitive and so gay

Read the embedded tweets. The LA Times has about the most queer newsroom in the country, hence the hyperbolic super-sensitivity to this story. And if the Times reporters are so awesome, how come they didn’t have this story? If I … Continue reading

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How The LA Times Plays Games With Race

David Cole Stein writes: I’ll give you a few genuine examples of how the media plays games with race, using my hometown paper of record, the L.A. Times (the paper with the fourth-largest circulation in the U.S.), as a case … Continue reading

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Changes At LA Times

Baruch HaShem! White displacement has a transcendent quality! “.@latimes now has a Trinidadian editor-in-chief (@DavanMaharaj) and an Indian managing editor (@mitrakalita). I dig it.”

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Los Angeles Times Festival Of Books Sunday

UCLA. 10:30 a.m. Rolfe 1200. “Biography: Hollywood Legends” USC professor Steven J. Ross moderates a discussion between Peter Biskind and Leo Braudy. Biskind is most famous of late for estimating that Warren Beatty slept with about 13,000 women in his … Continue reading

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The Jewish Federation Of Los Angeles Chose To Base Its Hunger Campaign On A Lie

For the past few months, the Jewish Federation has campaigned around Los Angeles that one out of eight people in the city are hungry. It’s a big fat lie, but that hasn’t stopped synagogues, including Orthodox ones, from embracing the … Continue reading

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