Tidbit of the Day: Los Angeles Blog Roundup #2

A couple of weeks ago, I posted links to some of the best blogs in Los Angeles. The reason: work-related stuff.

Anyway, here are some more L.A. blogs:

Eating L.A.: Good food-related posts of all sorts.
Farmhouse 1983: Just. Crazy.
Fresh Approach Cooking: Sensing a theme yet? I love to eat.
Funny Cute: Funny sketches. Some are a bit racy. Just a warning.
green LA girl: A good guide on how to live green. In L.A. Pretty straightforward.
Griffith Park, Interrupted: Stuff about Griffith Park and Silver Lake. Both hipster-ish neighborhoods, I think. Although Donna, the author, seems non-hipster-like, which is a good thing.
Blood and Guts: Poetry and other stuff. Amusing.
I’m From Missouri: All sorts of stuff.
JasmyneCannick.com: Decent blog on black issues. Not sure about the music, though. (Just kidding, Jasmyne!)


  1. Donna Barstow

    Thanks for listing Griffith Park, Interrupted as a best blog, Daniel! I think you’re right – I’m not a hipster, sadly. But I’ll try out any label!

    My other blog is still under the radar: Why I Did It, about why I wrote certain cartoons: http://www.thecartoons.net.

    But I’m most curious about why your job entails checking out LA blogs! You might also want to visit lukeford.com. He’s totally different – an Orthodox Jew who used to work in porn. Religion or the whip?

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  3. Daniel

    Donna – Actually, I do strategy for Tribune Interactive, which includes working with both the Chicago Tribune and Tribune Interactive!

    About the hipster thing: I’m a bit cynical. But it sounds like you are too, which is a good thing. 😉

    I think the LAT just hosted a blogger event with Luke Ford, actually…

  4. Donna Barstow

    Thanks for that tip on the event, Daniel! I guess the Chicago Trib is better at publicizing than the LAT, because first I’ve heard about it. I just posted on it.

    Yep, I’m …oops, I see you already found me on twitter. Ex-New Yorker, humm? That explains a lot.

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