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Christmas Lights Across Los Angeles

A few pics of Christmas Lights from across Los Angeles including some of my own: Burbank My daughter hates me that this isn’t our house. #mydayinla #xmaslightfight #nortonswinterwonderland #burbank pic.twitter.com/zn9Mpmvxhp — Across Los Angeles (@AcrossLA) December 22, 2014   A bit better #xmas lights than mine. #nortonswinterwonderland #burbank #Christmas #losangeles A video posted by Another…
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December 22, 2014 0

Winter Solstice drops Today

From the LA Post Examiner: Today marks the Northern Hemisphere’s Winter Solstice, the longest night of the year. It doesn’t officially begin until 6:03 p.m. Easter Time, 3:03 here on the West Coast. Sunrise was at 6:48 a.m. this morning and sunset takes place at 4:47 p.m. From now until June 21, 2015, the days…
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December 21, 2014 0

Los Angeles leads for 2024 Olympics

From Mike Sugerman of CBS Local Bay Area: The United States hasn’t hosted the Summer Olympics since Atlanta in 1996. San Francisco could be in the running for the games that will take place 10 years from now, but odds makers said other U.S. cities have a better shot at hosting the Olympics. According to…
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December 19, 2014 0

Vin Scully almost loses World Series Ring!

From Jean Trinh of LAist: Scully lost his treasured ring, which is one of the six he has procured over his 65-year career, while he was shopping with his wife, Sandi, at Costco. It meant a lot to him because he had given all the other rings to his children, so it was the only…
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December 19, 2014 0

Suspected Drunk Driver plows through Christmas Concert

From Paige Austin of the Redondo Beach Patch: One person is dead and about 11 people were injured Wednesday night when a woman plowed through a red light and crosswalk, Redondo police said. The driver continued on until crashing head-on into another vehicle, according to the Redondo Beach Police Department. Another unfortunate situation that remains…
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December 18, 2014 0

North Figueroa Bike Lanes: Who are the One Percenters?

I spoke yesterday at City Council to voice my opinion for bike lanes, not just for the sake of cyclists, but for the safety benefits for pedestrians and drivers as well. I didn’t speak as eloquently as others, but I gave it my best. Cedillo’s response was the type of insult that will burn inside…
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December 17, 2014 3

Los Angeles’ Biggest Water Threat is an Earthquake

Reported by ROSANNA XIA and RONG-GONG LIN II of the LA Times: Los Angeles gets 88% of its water from three major aqueducts, flowing from the Colorado River, Owens Valley and the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta. But as they make their way into the region, the aqueducts cross the San Andreas fault a total of…
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December 16, 2014 0

Los Angeles Football Dream put on Hold Again!

This is what it feels like, when Eric Garcetti cries? Doesn’t it always seem like getting a football team is one step forward, two steps back?  Mike Fiammetta from SI.com reports: Commissioner Roger Goodell said last week that no resolution was in sight as the NFL continues to look for a site for a new…
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December 15, 2014 0

Snow around Los Angeles?

If you’re curious about snow nearby here’s a few reports. First the Mountain Report from Mount Baldy Ski Lifts: We will be open today for scenic rides to the Top of the Notch restaurant. In total we received 8″ to 10″ of snow from this last storm up top and 3″ at the bottom. Snow…
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December 13, 2014 0

Friday Rain Roundup in Los Angeles

Any raindrops in the sky, we treat it like the second coming. Here’s a few shots across Los Angeles:   Los Angeles is so ready for the rain #LArain #LAstorm pic.twitter.com/LbcEZLQMyt — Oswald (@OswaldMundo) December 12, 2014   Why Lake Hughes Rd. Is closed. Still working on it. #LARain in Powerhouse Fire area. pic.twitter.com/r3yITgSKdr —…
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December 12, 2014 0