If you have the stomach for in-depth reporting on corruption in Los Angeles — at City Hall, on the City Council, the police force, everywhere there’s money and power — the citizen journalist Michael Kohlhaas is a necessary read. Just like old-fashioned investigative reporters used to do before being co-opted by papers uninterested in offending their patrons, Kohlhaas digs deep into the public record, unearthing the truth beneath political propaganda. With neither advertisers nor subscribers to placate, he consistently beats the Times and other feckless media organizations to important stories. Read Kohlhaas regularly and L.A.’s aromatic swampiness seems more putrid than ever.

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