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Pictures of the Year: Across Los Angeles

My first disclaimer, these aren’t all my best pics, but my roundup from the uncategorized. Don’t feel like I’m shortchanging you. That leaves most of the city. And then some. Here are my Los Angeles Pictures of 2014:   The dreamy entrance to the California Science Center   The sunset leaving Dodger Stadium behind.  …
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December 31, 2014 0

Pictures of the Year: Los Angeles Transit

It’s easy to take our train stations for granted. We try to zip in and out of them as fast as possible to get to our next destination. The funny thing about Los Angeles is that we have very artistic stations if you manage to look up. New York, Chicago or San Francisco cannot hold…
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December 30, 2014 0

Pictures of the Year: Downtown Los Angeles

What a year it’s been for Downtown Los Angeles. The renaissance is real and people are loving it. Here are some of my favorite shots I took over the last year:   The urban oasis of Grand Park.   Vintage LA hosted a special screening at the Million Dollar Theater City Hall reflecting off of…
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December 29, 2014 0

Los Angeles Pictures of the Week

Welcome to the last full week of 2014 Los Angeles! Luckily, people must have gotten a lot of photo gear, as there’s so many this week. Here’s some highlights: I’m debating whether this was taken from the Verdugo or San Gabriel Mountains:     The city of Los Angeles pic.twitter.com/AqqpYdrG2c — Los Angeles Pictures (@LosAngelesPic)…
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December 28, 2014 0

Last Minute Los Angeles Centric Christmas Gift

I got “Los Angeles” as a Christmas gift a couple of years ago and I still continue to go through the pages. I still don’t get the german translation, but I’m working on it.

December 24, 2014 0

Should the San Fernando Valley get more Transit?

Bianca Barragan from Curbed LA sums up the San Fernando Valley’s beef with Measure R: “The Valley clearly has been shortchanged by Measure R,” City Councilmember and Metro Boardmember Paul Krekorian tells the Daily News, referring to the 2008 voter-approved measure to fund transportation projects with a half-cent sales tax increase. Metro’s considering asking for more money on…
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December 23, 2014 0

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

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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