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
“Any criminal investigation into this payment would likely have significant overlap with plaintiff’s assertion that the agreement, and the payment in particular, had an illegal purpose,” Otero wrote.
Last night I was heading back from a quick post-workday trip to run some errands. This was somewhere around 5:15. Exciting stuff. I had to hit up the locksmith to get a copy of the laundry room key. And I desperately needed to pick up some toilet paper. Like I said, action packed. Anyway, keys… Read More The Power of Christ Compels You – To Get the F*$% Out of My Way!
I was coming back from an early morning jog Tuesday morning when I noticed a Maserati Quattroporte parked on Main Street a few blocks from my house. A fine work of automotive design, it is not often that I have the opportunity to closely examine such a vehicle. As I approached the car, I noticed… Read More Smoking Crack in a Quattroporte