Patt Morrison for October 28, 2011

Jerry Brown
Now that we’ve heard Gov. Brown’s pension reform plan, it’s time to focus on the feedback.
On the heels of the Occupy movement comes a man with a plan: Lawrence Lessig, director of the Edmond J. Safra Foundation Center for Ethics at Harvard University and professor of law at Harvard Law School.

LA contemplates protecting street murals

Los Angeles is known as the mural capital of the country but these works of art enjoy no special protection as they come under the same category as advertising. A new proposal to revise this classification is being considered by the L.A. City Council.
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The new issue of L.A, Magazine takes a look at L.A.'s neighborhood farmers' markets, their influence on city cuisine and culture, and the reciprocal relationship with the the farms that surround it.
William Shakespeare

“Anonymous” Shakespeare fact-check

The film “Anonymous,” which opens in theaters today, presents a version of history that William Shakespeare was a fraud and that the works attributed to him were actually written by the Elizabethan aristocrat Edward de Vere, the 17th Earl of Oxford.
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