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2009 

Yesterday morning I awoke to a strangely orange hue. The air was hot and dry and heavy.  After a short while outside my eyes hurt and became congested. This was caused by the huge wildfires being fought in Southern California. Los Angeles Wildfire - What's an appropriate reaction when people don'...
08/31/2009
Glen Beck shows he's illiterate ..... What is "Oligarhy"? Beck most probably intended to use the work "Oligarchy" (from the Greek word "few") - "A form of government in which all power is vested in a few persons or in a dominant class or clique; government by the few" (Sounds like a Republican th...
08/30/2009
The Hollywood Bowl - A Los Angeles Cultural Landmark As far back as 1922 The Hollywood Bowl (noted as the largest natural outdoor amphitheater in the United States with an audience capacity of 18,000) has hosted many of the world's greatest musicians and is the perfect venue for an evening of mus...
08/29/2009
"The Great Greek" in Sherman Oaks (in the San Fernando Valley of Los Angeles) serves what is most probably the best Greek food in all of Los Angeles. The casual atmosphere is warm, friendly and inviting and the food is delicious.  The Menu offers a great selection of hot or cold appetizers .... i...
08/27/2009
Snow Leopard - Making a Great Thing Better Readers of my blog will know I'm a huge fan of Apple products, so I was excited to hear that Apple had good news for it's customers by announcing its newest and fastest Mac operating system - Snow Leopard - will be released earlier than expected. What ex...
08/26/2009
Segs in the City - I'm going to be meeting friends in Washington next month and we've decided to tour the city on Segways - a fun and different way to see the sites. It's also an eco-friendly way to get around! I've never used a Segway before but it seems simple enough. The "Segway City Tour" inc...
08/25/2009
Class Action Lawsuits - Who Really Wins? I'm not a great fan of Class Action Lawsuits. While the concept sounds like a worthy cause (if the matter has genuine merits) my gripe is that the biggest winners are the lawyers with relatively small amounts ever reaching the "aggrieved parties". In the l...
08/25/2009
The Ritz Carlton in Downtown Los Angeles   I rarely spend time in downtown Los Angeles. I'm usually in the area only a few times a year so whenever the occasion arises I take note of what's happening since I was last there. This week I noticed the progress in construction of the Los Angeles Ritz ...
08/23/2009
America's Most Stressful Cities Living in any major city involves stress that's not experienced in quieter, more remote towns. "Sinking property values, high unemployment and prices, and poor environments add to the pressure felt by residents in these metros" according to a recent article on Forb...
08/23/2009
    10800 Wilshire Blvd, Los Angles - What's happening at "The Californian"? The Californian is one of the newer high-rise condo buildings on the prestigious Wilshire Corridor in Los Angeles. Completed in 2005, the 23-story tower has 80 condominiums. The full-service building features concierge ...
08/23/2009
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