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  • News
    The Los Angeles Conservancy offers guided walking tours of various of parts of LA. The Conservancy has brought back their summer walking tours due to their popularity and today was the first part of 4 week series which repeats again next month and covered the Art Deco period of architecture which took place mostly between the two World Wars. We met at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel at 5:30pm and then walked across the street...
  • News
    The Los Angeles Conservancy offers guided walking tours of various of parts of LA. The Conservancy has brought back their summer walking tours due to their popularity and today was the first part of 4 week series which repeats again next month and covered the Art Deco period of architecture which took place mostly between the two World Wars. We met at the Millennium Biltmore Hotel at 5:30pm and then walked across the street...
  • News
    It seems California has been in a constant state of administrative turmoil ever since Enron and their ilk conned and cajoled our legislature during Pete Wilson's term to reform and deregulate the energy laws that for over a century had protected California and guaranteed her thirst for power would be met. We have always suspected a dastardly engineered conspiracy conceived in the still-classified FERC meetings where both Rove and Enron exec Ken Lay plotted...
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    It seems California has been in a constant state of administrative turmoil ever since Enron and their ilk conned and cajoled our legislature during Pete Wilson's term to reform and deregulate the energy laws that for over a century had protected California and guaranteed her thirst for power would be met. We have always suspected a dastardly engineered conspiracy conceived in the still-classified FERC meetings where both Rove and Enron exec Ken Lay plotted...
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    A few years ago, in a random used book store in Hollywood, we I bought an electric coach tour guide of LA printed in 1906 called Los Angeles From an "Auto". Anything with a copyright dated 1922 or earlier is in the public domain, thus deserves to be easily accessible to the public and a search for the tour guide's title on google and the LAPL card catalog found nothing, so it seemed the...
  • News
    A few years ago, in a random used book store in Hollywood, we I bought an electric coach tour guide of LA printed in 1906 called Los Angeles From an "Auto". Anything with a copyright dated 1922 or earlier is in the public domain, thus deserves to be easily accessible to the public and a search for the tour guide's title on google and the LAPL card catalog found nothing, so it seemed the...
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Over the past few years, Michele Berc has gone out of her way to create and curate the coolest art show gathering in LA, Create:Fixate. This month's gathering, an all photography edition of the "Optical Lounge and Audio Lab" located in Downtown on the mezzanine of the Spring Arts Tower, was packed full of a diverse crowd of urban hipsters, art enthusiasts and an assortment of beautiful people. Jason Elias, contributing editor of American...
  • Arts and Entertainment
    Over the past few years, Michele Berc has gone out of her way to create and curate the coolest art show gathering in LA, Create:Fixate. This month's gathering, an all photography edition of the "Optical Lounge and Audio Lab" located in Downtown on the mezzanine of the Spring Arts Tower, was packed full of a diverse crowd of urban hipsters, art enthusiasts and an assortment of beautiful people. Jason Elias, contributing editor of American...
  • Arts and Entertainment
    The Downtown Art Walk has been growing by leaps and bounds since its inception last year, expanding from only 3 galleries to around 20 plus two museums taking part in the monthly urban art hike. We jumped in the shower (yes all of us together from LAist... we're crazy like that) and headed out to pound the pavement, asphalt and crack residue; take some photos and type some words into our communal publishing device....
  • Arts and Entertainment
    The Downtown Art Walk has been growing by leaps and bounds since its inception last year, expanding from only 3 galleries to around 20 plus two museums taking part in the monthly urban art hike. We jumped in the shower (yes all of us together from LAist... we're crazy like that) and headed out to pound the pavement, asphalt and crack residue; take some photos and type some words into our communal publishing device....

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