Category Archives: Photo Essays

Vanguards Of History: Grand Central Air Terminal

The place abounds with the names of some of the most famous names in aviation history. Charles Lindbergh, Amelia Earhart, Jack Northrop, William Boeing. If someone flew into the fledgling city of angels back in the late 1920’s, they came … Continue reading

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Blue Whale Watching Season Has Begun: Conservation Efforts To Save World’s Largest and Smallest Whales

It is the time of the year that the Blue Whales enter the Southern California region as they migrate and feed for the summer leg of their journey. If you want to know about this part of the migration you … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – wednesday, july 1, 2015

I was paddling my kayak early yesterday morning in the outer harbor part of the port of los angeles (part of my pedro town) and what do I see there parked up at berth fortysix? it’s gray like a navy … Continue reading

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Queer Rockin’ Rules! OK!

Last Friday I was able to visit the Queer Rock Camp Southern California that took place at the Temple Israel in Long Beach, the first rock camp of its kind in the Los Angeles area…actually, only one other camp specifically … Continue reading

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Vanguards of History: The KMPC Transmitter

Does a building have a soul? Or is a building simply a collection of walls and floor designed to house a collection of people and nondescript cubicles? Is it function over form? Perhaps…but if you look at the designs of … Continue reading

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Bluespower Rocks the Dana Point Food, Wine and Music Festival

Bluespower rocked the Dana Point Food, Wine and Music Festival Saturday. A large crowd, enjoying tastes of wine from many different wineries as well as food as diverse as lobster, oysters, Persian cuisine, barbeque and German chocolates enjoyed the event. … Continue reading

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Boatbound Enables Anyone to Quickly and Easily Charter a Boat

The ocean — ever since the dawn of man, it has held an attraction for us, primarily for relaxation, fun and sport. The big obstacle up to now has been finding an easy way to do it. Many people who … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – thursday, june 25, 2015

raul morales and tom watson (my missingmen, l to r) at my prac pad in san pedro, ca yesterday… we just got back from a sixth tour of my third opera “hyphenated-man” (you can read the diary here) and are … Continue reading

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Harry Soo 2nd Annual Backyard BBQ in Downtown Anaheim a Hit for BBQ Cooks and Fans Alike

Downtown Anaheim was filled with the delicious scent of barbeque on Saturday as the 2nd Annual Quein’ and Brewin’ Backyard BBQ took place. 24 teams were mentored by members of some of the top teams in CA such as Slap Yo’ … Continue reading

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Photo Essay: Long Beach Bayou Fest Saturday

One thing I have always loved about New Orleans is their sense of communal fun; if you are having a good time, they are having a good time. You can feel free to let go and express yourself. People dance and … Continue reading

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