Connie Bruck

New Yorker

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Staff writer at the New Yorker magazine

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This week's New Yorker magazine is getting special attention in Southern California for an article called, " The Man Who Owns LA ."  It's about the Anschutz Entertainment Group, or…

Does Philip Anschutz Own LA?

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Sam Zell,  likely next owner of the  LA Times , bikes with  “Zell’s Angeles”  and the  Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi .

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