Race Relations, City Politics and Broadway: Top Blogs

Here's what you wrote—and read—this week.

Hey Patchers, we know not everyone gets a chance to read neighboring sites, but we don't want you to miss out on interesting posts by readers. With that in mind, we've rounded up the top blogs of the week for all of the county. 

No, we're not making a judgement call on your blogs, these are simply the blogs with the highest readership this week. Here they are (in no particular order):

Truth and ReconciliationCarl Petersen explores divorce, American race relations and the death of Nelson Mandela.

City Manager: No confidence, but Gets a Pay Raise?Jim Light writes about Redondo Beach city politics.

Jackie's South Bay Weekend Guide Jackie shares a list of holiday events. It's too late to take part in some of them, as it's a weekend guide, but there are some ongoing activities that sound like fun!

Mitchell Brings Broadway to CSUNBarry Garron reviews a recent performance in the Valley.

After Glassell Park Murder, A Review Of The Risks Of Door-to-Door Solicitor EncountersGerald Elekes writes, "It is just too dangerous these days to willingly risk exposure to personal assault and perhaps death merely because you have opened your door to a stranger selling or requesting something."

Patch welcome new bloggers. If you'd like to start your own blog, just scroll down to the bottom of the page and look for the "Post Something" heading, then click on "Start a Blog" and follow the prompts. If you need help, shoot a note to our community editor, Becca Whitnall, at rebecca.whitnall@patch.com.


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