So the wall at the corner of Fair Oaks and Montana? The one that I couldn't decipher? I called the graffiti hotline on this one on Saturday evening. Here's what the wall looked like on Sunday evening: You can just make out the original deposit on the right. So my take-away message of the weekend… Continue reading Good for Nothin’ 5
Looks like Ron Paul has deep-sixed his campaign (via David Markland at Metroblogging LA). Here's the link to the CNN article. Some muck does need to be raked. Ah. K-Todd is on it too.
I was out late Friday night, and on the way home was diverted from my usual route because Lincoln Avenue was closed (steps around the corner from where this mess used to be). There were lots of police, and I knew something was wrong, really wrong. The Pasadena Star News reports this morning that Ebony… Continue reading Ebony Huel
Today is my friend Susan's birthday. I met Susan at Westmont College (lack of link intentional) in the fall of 1980, and we were roommates in Santa Barbara the following year. Even then, Santa Barbara was an expensive place to live, and we shared a one-bedroom apartment. I was working full time, and half of… Continue reading In Which Susan’s Birthday Collides With The Finals Week of Life
Uh oh. I've been bitten by the blogging bug. Two posts in one day, while work waiting to be done (=billable hours) languishes on my desk (what desk? I mean the dining room table). LA Observed got me all fired up about the Griffith Observatory Planetarium controversy in a piece called: Actors or Astronomers?. The… Continue reading Griffith Observatory
Another wow from the wide, wild world of blogging -- Leahpeah. Leah's got two very cool things going on: 1. LA Bloggers Live - from the site, "How many times have you wished you could hear your favorite bloggers read live? Bloggers Live! is a combination of Los Angeles bloggers getting together every second Thursday… Continue reading Wide Wild World of Blogging 2
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