Let’s count all the 1990s things in this commercial!
The Los Angeles Metro has published a new series of safety videos for the opening of the new Expo Line because, apparently, the Westside doesn’t know what a train is.
Researcher creates a model for calculating the cost of urban sprawl as a function of commute duration. Guess who’s is the worst. (I’ll give you a hint: it’s not Los Angeles/Orange County!)
More than $107 billion annually, or about $1,400 per commuter, a new analysis finds.
E.T. float home!
Sure, its arrival was not as elaborate or widely celebrated as the Shuttle Endeavour‘s, but it’s still a phenomenal piece of engineering and history come to roost here in the City of Angels. It’s a remarkable story of weathering storms at sea and even performing a rescue before being trucked to its new home at the California Science Center!
The space shuttle external tank known as ET-94 never flew, but it finished a decidedly different journey, by sea, early Wednesday when it docked in Marina del Rey atop a sea barge.
Once upon a time, Los Angeles was much wilder than it is today. The allure of the mountains just outside of town still persists, but the ruins remind us of the folly of trying to tame unpredictable land for superficial ventures.
The gradual abandonment of frontier exploits in the San Gabriel Mountains left behind ruins of lost enterprise and enchantment.