Jon Regardie

former editor of the Los Angeles Downtown News

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Jom Regardie is editor at Los Angeles Downtown News.

Jon Regardie on KCRW

For the past 15 years, journalist Jon Regardie has been reporting on Los Angeles and watching it change.

As its longtime editor leaves, what's the future of the LA Downtown News?

For the past 15 years, journalist Jon Regardie has been reporting on Los Angeles and watching it change.

from Press Play with Madeleine Brand

Journalist Jon Regardie has been reporting on the evolution of downtown LA for more than two decades, from sanitation issues on Skid Row to the trendiest new restaurants.

A downtown reporter watches DTLA change

Journalist Jon Regardie has been reporting on the evolution of downtown LA for more than two decades, from sanitation issues on Skid Row to the trendiest new restaurants.

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