by | Jan 29, 2019

Sunday The weather here in LA is perfect. Low humidity. No wind. No clouds. Seventy-two degrees. I lay in bed for hours, then went swimming and I thought, as I endlessly do, how grateful I am. I am a Jew….

by | Nov 9, 2018

The Spaniards who came up from Mexico to explore California looked down from the top of the Santa Monica mountains on a valley carpeted with oak trees. What they called the valley of the oaks is now called San Fernando…

by | Nov 5, 2018

A fiscal watchdog examined the state of finances in the three largest cities in the United States and the results aren’t pretty. Chicago-based Truth in Accounting (TIA) released the results of studies of its home city, as well as New…

by | Apr 17, 2018

Yes, painting streets. Having just recently extricated myself from the City of Angels after twenty-two years there, I can recite a litany of taxpayer abuses almost reflexively. Big American cities that have been run by liberals for decades never have…

by | Mar 6, 2018

Los Angeles has gone from Tinsel Town to shanty towns. The city’s well-intentioned efforts to combat its homeless population crisis are not simply not solving the problem, the problem is getting worse. Clearly what L.A. is doing is not working;…

by | Aug 7, 2017

By now you probably know that Los Angeles has the honor, or should I say heartburn, of hosting the 2028 Olympics. Long gone are the days when such an announcement would fill the locals with pride, as it is now…

by | Mar 29, 2017

Planning a vacation anytime in the near future? Might I suggest beautiful and sunny Los Angeles, California? We offer amazing sites like the Getty and the Griffith Park Observatory. We have some of the best sushi you will ever eat. Of…

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