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November 17, 2006

Powerlines Birds

Powerline Life in Los Angeles in the 20th century was not nearly as dull as you've been led to believe. (From Boyntonesque)

A Visit to Old Los Angeles and Environs

What's this webwork of streets between LAX Airport and the beach?

More: What are those birds hanging from power lines all over Hollywood and the West Side?

Twenty-five years ago in Los Angeles, California the Cosmic Baseball Association was founded by a small group of friends living and breathing the left coast's air as a professional association of baseball players, owners, and administrators worked through a labor crisis that prevented the playing of professional "major league" baseball

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The webwork between LAX and the beach?

My guess is a broken dream. Million dollar beachfront property...unusable because of the proximity of the airport. Somebody bought it, developed it and POOF! Condemned.

Maybe there were houses on it at one time and they were torn down. That happened out here in Seattle. The airport added a third runway and an entire neighborhood was condemned and razed. It looked like an end-the-world movie before they tore them all down what with all the abandoned buildings and grass growing through cracks in the street.

Posted by: Mumblix Grumph at Nov 17, 2006 6:10:48 AM

We're seeing those dangling birds in SF, too. What a mystery.

Posted by: mattymatt at Nov 17, 2006 12:27:49 PM

Hmm, Very Interesting blog.

Posted by: Mike at Nov 26, 2006 4:44:01 PM

GOod Blog.

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Posted by: tim at Nov 26, 2006 4:45:05 PM