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Villaraigosa told an audience at Loyola Marymount University last week that how he handled the breakup of his marriage was his biggest regret as mayor.
Parker, a special assignment reporter at KTLA, founded the Lu Parker Project to help homeless and abused animals and penned “Catching the Crown: The Source for Pageant Competition,” a portrait of pageant life with insights from her year as Miss USA in 1994.
There's no crying in baseball." That came to mind when I read last week that Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa... on Tuesday, Jaime Regalado was fielding a steady stream of e-mails, almost all of them from women who've had it with the Don Juan who calls himself our mayor.
THIS column is about Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa and his love life, but give us a minute to get there: When it comes to reporting on politics and elected officials, distinguishing between what is properly private and what is necessarily public becomes more difficult all the time. Who needs telenovelas when you have Los Angeles City Hall? "They'll never vote for him again," Regalado, who runs the Pat Brown Institute of Public Affairs, said when I asked the...
(Robert Durell / Los Angeles Times) Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa acknowledged he's in a relationship with Telemundo TV news anchorwoman Mirthala Salinas (above, left).
The revelation comes a month after he announced he was separating from his wife. Actor Tom Hanks had a great line in the movie "A League of Their Own." Playing the crusty manager of a women's baseball team, he berates one member into tears and shouts: "There's no crying!
He was term limited and could not run for re-election in 2013.
In 2005, he ran for mayor again in a rematch against Hahn and won.
During his tenure as mayor, he gained national attention for his work and was featured in Time's story on the country's 25 most influential Latinos.
In the process, they provided a shortlist of candidates that Clinton is considering: Beyond the Massachusetts senator, other prospective candidates include Labor Secretary Tom Perez; Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro; Sens.
Tim Kaine of Virginia, Sherrod Brown of Ohio and Cory Booker of New Jersey; Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti, and Reps.