Category Archives: Los Angeles

A View from the Hood

Anyone who has ever lived in Los Angeles can tell you how parts of the city transform every ten years or so. I found this street up on a hill in a residential neighborhood near downtown. I was trying to take a photo of the skyline from the street but the fence was blocking my […]

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The Roosevelt at Night

There is a big difference between exploring a city during the day and again late at night. You suddenly see things at night that you would never expect to see during the day. In downtown Los Angeles, driving during the day can be a maddening experience with all the traffic and noise. But once the […]

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Closing Time at the Disney Hall

Los Angeles has many popular destinations, but as a long time SoCal native, my personal favorites are the Griffith Observatory and the Disney Concert Hall. So next time you are in Los Angeles, make it a point to visit the Walt Disney Concert Hall located downtown. It really is quite a site to behold. The celebrated […]

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The Beatles on Hollywood & Highland

I admit…I am a huge Beatles fan. It has always fascinated me how they influenced music, art, culture, and politics on such a global scale in a span of only 7 years.  And here we are, almost 50 years later and their influence is still being felt.  So driving around Los Angeles last winter, I […]

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Midnight L.A. Blue

On one of my late night ventures around Los Angeles, I was driving around  downtown looking for one of those ubiquitous LA taco trucks that serve delicious, unhealthy food. I turned the corner on Spring and Temple and was mesmerized by the bright blue City Hall building. At first, I thought that the city of LA […]

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Thank You Steve

Here’s to the crazy ones… I only ran into Steve Jobs once.  We were both driving into the Apple parking lot and we almost had a traffic altercation since we tried driving in at the same time.  He won.  From what I have read about him, I don’t know if I would have related to […]

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