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LACityNerd is Live Blogging

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About a hour ago, the LACityNerd posted "we're typing live from the SavingLA conference." The anonymous city blogger is out on the streets, possibly sitting next to you. We see it as a risk, but maybe red herrings are thrown in. We're suspecting that the nerd is Ken Bernstein, Director of the Office of Historic Preservation. Bernstein also happens to be speaking at today's event. "Ken's presentation is quite informative and worth staying past the break!"

Hrmmmm. It is all so suspicious. Can the nerd save LA?

Past Nerdiness
LAist Interview: LACityNerd, Part I
LAist Interview: LACityNerd, Part II
On Moorpark Street: LACityNerd Plays Word Association
LACityNerd's Top 10 Events in 2006 that Impact the Future of the City of Los Angeles

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