Labor and police unions, Roger Stonesque campaign managers, chiefs of various staffs, families of candidates and, of course the candidates themselves—it’s hard to find anyone who’s been behaving civilly since the primaries.
An LA Times columnist wrote, “The voters not only threw a monkey wrench into the civic machine; they threw the whole blooming machine over a cliff.”
We took a ride on the last JetBlue flight to leave and return to Long Beach, a quick voyage to Salt Lake City. The airline was a dependable and beloved fixture that’s been running out of Long Beach Airport for two decades, until relations soured with the city of Long Beach.
It was a rare bridge drive during which I didn’t think about earthquakes, other than the fact that I kinda wanted one.
Grand Prix CEO Jim Michaelian says he hopes to know by November or December if it’s plausible to hold the 2021 race in April.
The office of Killingsworth, Brady & Smith Associates represents everything Killingsworth believed in as an architect. It’s a distillation of his finest work.
The company is still working to finalize an open date but job postings will go live first thing Tuesday morning.
The Fox campaign distanced itself from Charley, with a barrage of statements regarding Charley’s mental health, with such phrases as “highly confused, in a delusional state” and his “ever-accelerating hairbrained (sic) schemes.”
The new bridge will likely not be named for a person, which has turned out to be something plagued with problems in recent years, but rather its name will reflect its physical appearance or its role in the port.
The superintendent of schools in 1918, William Stephens, had the unenviable and controversial job of patching together the school schedule so that the year wouldn’t be a washout for students.