George R. Wolfe
George is the aboriginal founder,
editor and main writer of the LaLa Times. Over the years
prior to this publication, he has worked in NYC as the editor
of ArtSearch, in Seattle as the associate editor of MetropolitanLiving,
and has been a freelance reporter/writer for National Public Radio
(KPLU) and various trade publications: scr(I)pt (screenwriting),
Alaska Airlines (travel), and Vim & Vigor
(healthcare). He has received several awards from the Society
of Professional Journalists, has a first novel called Blake's
Bible, and is a finalist in several screenplay competitions.
He was an invited speaker at the University of California (Irvine)
2004 Humanities conference ("In the Shadow of Big Media").
He lives in Venice, Ca., with his wife, Thea, and two kids.
Thea is a co-founder of The
LaLa Times. She contributed most of the early design
elements for the original site and has been a steady, behind-the-scenes
guiding force ever since. When she's not slogging through web
design software, she directs theatre pieces and short films. She's
also acts, and does voiceover talent in five different languages
She hails from Romania.
Randy met George at a PEN function
and they've been collaborating ever since. Randy, does the column
"Double Lives: Celebrities Who Look Like Works of Art."
He is also actively involved in politics as well as the simplified
living movement. For more of Randy's work, visit:
Brad originally wanted to vent
about the mainstream media's posthumous portrayal of Ronald Reagan's
legacy, and he is now a simi-regular contributing writer to The
LaLa Times. He's got many years of experience as a humor
writer, does the speaker circuit as a humorist, and wrote the
book: What Are You Laughing At?: How to Write Funny Screenplays,
Stories & More. Find out more about him at: www.brashcyber.com
and also at Storytech Literary Consulting: www.thewritersjourney.com
Lainie Siegel / JUNGLE 8
Lainie Siegel is the principal/creative
director of JUNGLE 8 (formerly Jungle Interactive), and provided
the front-end design for the new LaLa Times site. She
and production designer extrodinare, Justin regularly contribute
to the new "look and feel" of The LaLa Times
by providing the pictures which accompany the articles; also provided
are those flashy mock ads. For more about Lainie, Justin, and
their collaborators, visit the Jungle: www.jungle8.com.