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Militant Angeleno
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An anonymous blogger and Tweeter who loves his hometown of Los Angeles.
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The Huell (R.I.P.)
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    Nice piece and great pics. Though one of the major reasons why the canals were filled in was because unlike the original Venice, Venice of America's canals were not physically connected to the sea (save for a tiny culvert) and...
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    The palm tree that stood in front of the SP Arcade Station is now very tall and stands in front of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Figueroa. There is a plaque beneath it that marks its history....
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    The palm tree that stood in front of the SP Arcade Station is now very tall and stands in front of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Figueroa. There is a plaque beneath it that marks its history....
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    Pirates? Really? Guess they threw that book into the water when they founded SD and SF......
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    The Hahamongna were not a tribe, they were part of the Tongva people who shared a common language and culture. Hahamongna was a village, one of nearly 200 such Tongva settlements around what is now the Los Angeles area....
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    Word. Unfortunately most of the transplants who live here either weren't born, weren't even here in '84 or refuse to believe that Los Angeles is worthy of hosting the Olympic games because we are, in their words, "Not a sports...
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  • Comment
    Nice piece and great pics. Though one of the major reasons why the canals were filled in was because unlike the original Venice, Venice of America's canals were not physically connected to the sea (save for a tiny culvert) and...
  • Comment
    The palm tree that stood in front of the SP Arcade Station is now very tall and stands in front of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Figueroa. There is a plaque beneath it that marks its history....
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    The palm tree that stood in front of the SP Arcade Station is now very tall and stands in front of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on Figueroa. There is a plaque beneath it that marks its history....
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    Pirates? Really? Guess they threw that book into the water when they founded SD and SF......
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    The Hahamongna were not a tribe, they were part of the Tongva people who shared a common language and culture. Hahamongna was a village, one of nearly 200 such Tongva settlements around what is now the Los Angeles area....
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    Word. Unfortunately most of the transplants who live here either weren't born, weren't even here in '84 or refuse to believe that Los Angeles is worthy of hosting the Olympic games because we are, in their words, "Not a sports...
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