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watt’s picture of the week – friday, august 17, 2018

belly-boarding off the san pedro breakwater earlier today at cabrillo beach (bet you don’t how we pronounce it here)… it was intense how this got built but it got built good. photo by mike watt – – – – – … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – tuesday, april 17, 2018

german artist tim maxeiner has lived in my pedro town for a few years now and his new show is about it: “marina del pedro” which I saw up at the angels gate cultural center gallery yesterday (it’s up ’til … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – tuesday, march 6, 2018

yesterday I got a shot of the beginning of an ending here in my pedro town: good bye to ports o’call (what we used to call it – I guess the official name was ports o’call village) which was always … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – sunday, february 25, 2018

this morning at the port of los angeles’ berth fortysix here in my pedro town I found the dutch tall ship stad amsterdam ready to bail after a six day visit but not before she let folks come aboard and … Continue reading

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watt’s picture of the week – monday, january 29, 2018

you seen this boat before? it’s the california responder and though its wikiwand (wikipedia for smartleashes) page says it’s home port is port hueneme (about seventyfour miles northwest of here), I’ve seen tied up on terminal island in a slip … Continue reading

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