Weekend Report for September 20-21, 2014

* Huffington Post uses an image that accuses the site of photo theft, then takes the photo down after it’s tweeted. (@jamesrbuk)
* Is Aaron Kushner about to kill the Los Angeles Register? (laweekly.com) | (laobserved.com)
* A San Diego philanthropist is setting up a nonprofit outfit to take over U-T San Diego – and owner Doug Manchester approves. (sandiegoreader.com)
* New York Times Magazine’s Gary Hart piece “reminds us that we shouldn’t necessarily trust our own memories.” (npr.org)
* Brian Williams clears Chris Christie prematurely. “The [bridge scandal] investigation is continuing.” (app.com) | (nj.com)
* David Rose: “You can have a terrible editorial product, and you can sell the magazine as long as the business makeup is sound. Shelves at supermarkets are evidence of that.” (niemanlab.org)
* Better disclosures, please, New York Times. (nytimes.com)
* A big week for former Macworld editorial boss Jason Snell. (sixcolors.com)
* You’re so mean, “Daily Show”! (washingtonpost.com)
* How “Typewriter Bend” on Highland Road got its name. (theadvocate.com)
* Wall Street Journal explainers explained. (sarahmarshall.io)
* Meet Katherine Cooper, Playboy’s new advice columnist. (washingtonpost.com)
* Nick Anderson is a Pulitzer-winning editorial cartoonist and a “hottest bachelor. (chron.com)