This month’s Los Angeles magazine features “A Guide to Love in Los Angeles” with 10 hot date suggestions for Valentine’s Day. Topping the list is dinner at the Hotel Bel-Air and a night in a suite with a jacuzzi, fireplace and four-poster bed. Also included is a trip up Mulholland Drive for a little necking. But why is suggestion No. 5 a trip to San Francisco? And does a $2,500-a-night stay at Tippi Hedren’s Shambala animal preserve in the Mojave Desert really merit spot No. 4? It helps to remember that the magazine’s editorial staff is now dominated by ex-New Yorkers. They didn’t return calls last week maybe because Walt Disney Co. had just sold the magazine to Emmis Communications in Indianapolis.