Nobody Drives in LA — Riding San Pedro’s Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Red Car Line

With bicycles, buses, ferries, planes, rideshares, sidewalks, subways, taxis, and trains at Angelenos’ disposal, why would any sane person choose car-dependency? Nobody Drives in LA celebrates sense and sensibility in transportation. ***** Any decent map of rail lines in Los Angeles has to include the rails used by Amtrak, Metro, and Metrolink. Extra credit if they also include the tracks … Continue reading Nobody Drives in LA — Riding San Pedro’s Port of Los Angeles Waterfront Red Car Line

California Fool’s Gold — A Harbor Primer

AMERICA'S PORT Pendersleigh & Sons' Official Map of The Harbor The Harbor is the region of Los Angeles County centered around San Pedro Bay. It is the site of both the Port of Los Angeles and the Port of Long Beach, which together form the fifth-busiest port facility in the world (behind the ports of … Continue reading California Fool’s Gold — A Harbor Primer

California Fool’s Gold — Exploring Long Beach, The International City

LONG BEACH Long Beach is the largest city in The Harbor region and the second largest in LA County. Its old nicknames, "Iowa by the Sea" and "Iowa under Palm Trees" came from the large numbers of white middlewesterners who moved there in the middle of the 20th century. Depending on opinions, it's also nicknamed "Wrong … Continue reading California Fool’s Gold — Exploring Long Beach, The International City