I found this great map. It’s available on the Santa Monica digital library. The map itself has amazing detail. It also covers the entire length of the Westgate Line, a trolley service once operated by the Los Angeles Pacific Railway. The Westgate branch used to travel along San Vicente Boulevard, branching off the Sawtelle line on Santa Monica Boulevard. The trolley route… Read More Santa Monica City Map, 1910
Long-range models suggest three, or possibly four, separate storms will impact California, Nevada and Arizona during the final two weeks of January. Source: Nearly 2 years’ worth of rainfall possible in parts of Southern California over the next week – CNN
Tempting fate, I know. Definitely bad timing, but I had some time to kill. My main mobile was getting wardialed five times an hour. So I picked up. Made it 15 minutes through the first call, when another came in. I conferenced in no. 2 and let them figure out they were in the same… Read More So, I ran a “Cookie Jar” this morning
Bird sued the city of Beverly Hills on Thursday, seeking to overturn a six-month ban on rental scooters that the local city council approved in July. — Read on http://www.latimes.com/local/lanow/la-me-ln-bird-beverly-hills-20181101-story.html
I’m just re-watching Blade Runner for the nth time (captions on) and I noticed the quote from when Roy first meets Sebastian. “Gosh, you really got some nice toys here.” “Gosh, you really got some nice toys here” is what the subtitles say, at least in the Final Cut edition. I haven’t checked elsewhere, but Google… Read More Bishop to King Seven, Checkmate
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Broken water main! Avoid San Vicente at 19th.
For as long as I can remember, this Food Truck Alley has been a one-way thoroughfare. This change may alleviate some of the traffic congestion at the intersection of Stewart and Olympic Boulevard.… Read More Penn Ave Converting to Two-way Traffic