Jeremy Rosenberg | KCET
Post date: 2009-08-14T20:01:04-07:00
Cash for Clunkers, criminology, green energy, and immigration are among the myriad subjects of recent research, studies, and observations by California-based think tanks.
Post date: 2009-08-14T19:21:59-07:00
James Rojas -- who emailed TTLA last week -- is in 29th place -- having recently broken a tie withThomas Jefferson.
Post date: 2009-08-07T08:33:01-07:00
Last summer, TTLA's blogger wrote this story, "Elephants in Pershing Square?" for Next American City about James Rojas and his effective -- and playful -- efforts to involve the general public in urban planning processes.
Post date: 2009-08-03T11:17:27-07:00
The Governor of California seeks new ideas from outside Sacremento, writes columnist George Skelton.
Post date: 2009-07-27T12:41:41-07:00
Last month, Joel Reynolds delivered the 2009 commencement address at UCSB's Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management. Here's the text.
Post date: 2009-07-23T18:02:35-07:00
All this week, TTLA runs an archival interview with Michael D. Rich. Rich is the executive vice president at the Santa Monica-based RAND Corporation, the region's preeminent public policy institute.