aka: El Pueblo de la Reina de Los Angeles Photos by Tim Down. Oh, the skies we've been having these last few weeks. Makes for a happy Scout.
I'm going to be traveling over the next week. Not by train. I'm going to my high school reunion - this time in St. Louis. I went to junior high and high school on an American Air Force base in England, RAF Lakenheath. (Sorry to be repetitive, but one must always set the table for… Continue reading Union Station, Los Angeles
I re-live a major moment of Dodger glory over here on Rattling the Kettle. Check it out.
I am Dodger fan (much to the chagrin of my Staten-Island-born mother), and this season was certainly a tough one. I'm not going to get into the older players vs the younger players, or the merits of Grady Little (or lack thereof). My rant is about today's season wrap up on FSN. They offered us… Continue reading Dodgers
What is the MLK-Multi-Service Ambulatory Care Center (MLK-MACC)? The MLK-MACC is located at the former King-Drew Medical Center. According to LA County's Department of Health Services website: "Urgent Care (non life threatening) medical services remain open at the hospital from 8:00 a.m. to midnight, 7 days a week. Outpatient clinics also remain open. Call the… Continue reading MLK MACC