L.A. Today: Harman To Resign, NFL, And More
After asking readers what a new L.A. football team should be named, most simply wanted the Rams to move back after 16 seasons in Saint Louis. Other worthy mentions: Los Angeles Knights, Los Angeles Sharks and Los Angeles Conquistadors.
L.A. city leaders have been enthusiastic about AEG’s downtown stadium proposal, but Steve Lopez found Angelenos to be a bit chillier when presented with specific details on how the stadium would be financed, tactics which include city-issued bonds and cheap rent for AEG.
In other NFL news, Orange County churches and NFL players took aim Sunday at one of the San Fernando Valley’s biggest exports: porn.
The O.C. Register reports that the former O.C. youth leader, who spearheaded the anti-porn campaign, had this advise to porn addicts: “Confess to God, confess to somebody else, and clean it up.”
In an increasingly bitter campaign, a campaign consultant for Councilman Jose Huizar was fired Sunday, the Times reports, for promising to “put a political bullet” in the head of Huizar’s opponent, Rudy Martinez.
The City Maven also has a few interesting tidbits from the email.
Reach reporter Andrew Khouri here.