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A strategic change in the marketing and pricing policy at Ralphs Grocery Co. in June may have dealt a blow to avid coupon clippers, shoppers said Tuesday.
Far from center stage, Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa spent the first day of the Democratic National Convention straining to speak over clattering dishes as he addressed a breakfast meeting Monday of the Florida delegation.
Poverty across Southern California declined significantly during the first seven years of the decade, a period marked by a booming economy, gentrifying neighborhoods and soaring housing prices, according to census data released Tuesday.
The city's primary nominating election is hardly on the radar of voters because it's on March 3rd, months after what the nation is focusing on right now--the Presidential election. But earlier this month, in the only City Council race that's going to be a fight, a hacker attacked 5th District hopeful Paul Koretz's website (do you live in CD5? Check this map to see).
It finally relaunched on Monday, three weeks after the site was crashed. Koretz speculated to the Sacramento Bee that speculated that while it was probably not directly related to one of his opponents, it was "probably some candidate's friend [acting on his own] who happened to be tech-conversant." In the meantime, Koretz is talking to the FBI.
In fairness to his other opponents, here are their names and links to their websites (if one exists): Adeena Bleich, Ron Galperin, Robyn Ritter Simon, Robert Schwartz, David T. Vahedi and Steven Webb.LA CITY NEWS NOTE: If you linked to this page with a "permalink" (are only seeing this one thread, instead of entire blog), refresh the main page or click here to go to main page and see stories posted below this thread.