The one thing Los Angeles does well when it comes to helping the homeless is spend excessive amounts of money… that result in very little improvement for the homeless.
The Second Street Tunnel has been called the most famous tunnel in the world that nobody has heard of.
I read in Apparel News on how business was booming on Rodeo Drive. Sales they said were double what they were last year at this time.
Veteran’s Row is a homeless encampment on out San Vicente Boulevard in the posh Brentwood district. It’s distinctive in that it is nicely kept up (for a homeless encampment), all of the tents bear American flags and they are all veterans.
In a city known for glitz, glamor and displays of excess wealth, Skid Row is the extreme opposite. It contains the largest concentration of homeless people in the world.
The old west themed pub in Burbank known as Tinhorn Flats has been in the media over its skirmishes with the city of Burbank more than a few times.
A year ago we were looking at travel bans and stay at home orders. As those have been relaxed they have been replaced with such onerous restrictions that we think twice. Whether it be concerns about the restrictions or fears of being in a confined space when the virus may not be under control, getting on a plane or a cruise ship isn’t on the list of things most of us want to do.
A fire broke out on Wednesday at a homeless encampment in Los Angeles beside the 101 Freeway at Virgil Avenue, threatening a nearby apartment building.
When the pandemic first reared its head, California Governor Gavin Newsom was quick to assume the role of Dictator. Very quick. He said he was helping while he demolished our rights.
James Riley, the owner of Riley’s Farm speaks on how they survived the lockdowns of 2020.