Sue Horton

Former editor-in-chief of the LA Weekly

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Several of Jonathan’s former LA Weekly colleagues offer their memories of working with Jonathan.

A tribute from former colleagues

Several of Jonathan’s former LA Weekly colleagues offer their memories of working with Jonathan.

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Several of Jonathan’s former LA Weekly colleagues offer their memories of working with Jonathan.

A tribute from former colleagues

Several of Jonathan’s former LA Weekly colleagues offer their memories of working with Jonathan.

from Good Food

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