A.M. News: Airports, K-Mozart, MTA, LA Myths & More
The whole airports/power-failure fiasco last night was started by one car hitting one pole up in Palmdale.
L.A. Times profiles K-Mozart 105.1 FM and founder/owner - Saul Levine. The station is worth an estimated $100 million and Levine won't sell it. Good for him, we don't want this station to go away. While the article speaks of the other full time classical station in town, K-USC 91.5 FM, Angelenos should not forget about a part time classical station run out of Northridge at 88.5 FM - KCSN. During non-classical hours, you can catch jazz, Beatles and even Franklin Avenue's Mike Schnieder on early Friday mornings.
What is to come with County Supervisor Gloria Molina as the new MTA chairwoman?
Two reality Sheriff TV shows are a go.
"There will be no apology forthcoming. None is needed." - LAPD Chief Bratton on Tuesday.
"Get over it. Grow up." - L.A. Times editorial/opinion on the previously mentioned issue.
Photo of LAX at sunrise by mauroPPP via Flickr