Nobody Drives in LA

Nobody Drives in LA

Silly motorist, cars are for the country! With bicycles, bike shares, buses, ferries, planes, ride hails, rideshares, sidewalks, subways, taxis, and trains at Angelenos’ disposal, why would any sane person choose car-dependency? If there’s a transit agency, public transit route, or other related topic you’d like to read about, please let me know in the comments.

6 thoughts on “Nobody Drives in LA

  1. Hi Eric, We are making a traveling exhibit about Tuna Canyon Detention Station in Tujunga. We want permission to include photos of Furusato, Woman Leaving Work on Furusato,

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  2. Hi Eric, We are making a traveling exhibit about Tuna Canyon Detention Station in Tujunga. Early in WWII, it held Japanese, German, Italian Aliens and Japanese Peruvian. We want permission to include photos Furusato, Woman Leaving Work on Furusato, Japanese fishermen in Furusato, and 48 Hours to Evacuate in our Traveling Exhibit.

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    1. Hello Kanji,
      That sounds like a great exhibit! I’m not sure who owns the rights, if anyone, to those vintage photos of Furusato (which is why I didn’t give credit). I’ve seen some of them re-printed in Rafu Shimpo, Angry Asian Man, SanPedro.com, TerminalIsland.org, and the Los Angeles Times. My suspicion is that they might belong to the LAPL image archive. If you do a keyword search on their page for “Furusato” you get nothing… but they might be tagged “terminal island.” Good luck!

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