Tag: losangeles

The Streets of Los Angeles: Pico Boulevard

We Angelenos are constantly stuck in our cars but seldom give any thought to the history of the streets we drive on. What’s the story behind Mulholland Drive? Why does Eagle Rock have a neighborhood […]

How I Came to Follow Hockey

Growing up in Los Angeles back in the 80’s and 90’s meant wearing Dodger blue and Laker purple and gold. Hockey and the L.A. Kings were there but they did not register. I could not […]

Despite Loss, The Dodgers Are Back

October marks the road to the baseball World Series. For years, you could count on the Dodgers playing through October and reaching the end of this road. A few glorious times, the Dodgers would come […]

Echo Mountain and Inspiration Point: Watching L.A. From The Sky

One thing about living in Los Angeles is you tend to get lost in the magnitude of the city. It’s a large, congested place and it’s necessary to stop from time to time and view […]

Dodgers August 23, 2017: Almost A Perfect Night

The baseball playoffs have begun and this year is the Dodgers’ best chance yet to make their first World Series appearance since 1988. The organization is far removed from what it was in the 80s. […]

Blazing Pomona Sun

I have a confession to make. In 37 years of life, I have never attended the Los Angeles County Fair. My wife was in the same position. We set out to change that this year. […]