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About Afropix

When my father gave me a Kodak Brownie as a child, I fell in love with photography. I have been shooting pictures ever since. I am also an avid genealogist and can trace one of my family lines back to 1620! Check out my photography at!

Carney’s: Hamburger vs. Hot Dog

Carney’s is that restaurant in a train car. Chili hot dogs and Burgers. Never tried an hamburger there until today. It was good, but I think the hot dog won the taste test. Please follow and like us:

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Job, Jobs, did I say Jobs!

Apply here: More Info: Arthur Guerrero, Business Marketing Coordinator 323- 730-7900 ext 227 Please follow and like us:

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The Boss – Diana Ross at Hollywood Bowl

The first time I saw Diana Ross perform I was in high school. Her set at the Universal Amphitheater back then ended with an enthralling version of “Reach Out and Touch (Somebody’s Hand).” I was so amped up that when … Continue reading

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Metro Bikes are Here !!!

Walked out of work this evening and was surprised to see a very large and long bike rack.  Metro bikes are apparently here, although currently only accessible to bike pass holders; come August 1st, you’ll be able to get your ride … Continue reading

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Greg Auerbach’s Icon Series on Display Now

Arclight Hollywood 6360 W. Sunset Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028 (323) 464-1478 Please follow and like us:

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Fourth of July: Foster a Lost Pet

The City of Los Angeles Animal Services Department has put out an urgent call for foster volunteers. July 4th fireworks are expected to fill shelters with lost and scared pets. This is the busiest time of the year, and your help can … Continue reading

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Cross Town Capades: UCLA v USC in Ice Hockey

Since I grew up with brothers who played ice hockey, I am pretty sure that UCLA did not have a hockey team when I went there, or if it did, I never heard about it. So when I received an alumni … Continue reading

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Freebie Days at the National Parks

One of the quick trips that I like to take out-of-state visitors to see is the Joshua Tree National Park.  It’s about a two-hour drive for Los Angeles and offers a view of California’s topography and botanical variety in one … Continue reading

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Tillman Paddleout November 2015

If you are an Internet animal purveyor you know of Tillman. He was a Renaissance pup of sorts – an English Bulldog who skated, surfed and even had an endorsement deal representing Natural Balance! Tillman even held, at one time, the Guinness … Continue reading

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Flashback: When Outstanding In The Field did Wattles Farm — They Return on November 3rd

My niece Vanessa runs the local canyon on a regular basis. It was from her that I first learned about Wattles’ Farm. Having received the outside looking in tour of the gardens, I always said I need to come back … Continue reading

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