Land Of Oz ~ Diamond Bar


Yellow Brick Road ~ Diamond Bar


Santana H.S. Murals ~ Rowland Heights


Santana High School ~ 1006 Otterbein Ave. ~ Rowland Heights


Cantrell’s Feed Bin ~ Rowland Heights


Cantrell’s Feed Bin ~ 19148 Walnut ~ Rowland Heights


Yarn Bomb ~ Miracle Mile


The entire facade of the Craft and Folk Art Museum on 5814 Wilshire in Los Angeles, across from La brea Tar Pits is currently covered with giant crocheted granny squares. The installation will be up until July 1.

Check out the video, below, of the yarn bombing in action.


Readings By Dorothy ~ Downtown


Readings By Dorothy ~ 1111 W. Olympic Blvd. ~ Downtown L.A.


Business ~ East Los Angeles

making friends

Anheuser-Busch ~ East Los Angeles


Elena’s Market ~ Pico-Union


Elena’s Market ~ 1369 Venice Blvd. & Hoover St. ~ Pico-Union


Harry & Sons Radiator Shop ~ Rosemead

Harry & Sons Radiator Shop ~ 9344 Valley Blvd. ~ (626) 288-0644 ~ Rosemead

Harry & Sons specialize in vintage, classic and antique radiator repair. In 1938, Harry Trepanier of Luddington, Michigan, opened Harry’s Garage in Santa Monica, CA. In Michigan, he’d flown and sold old airplanes out of Trepanier Airfield, until an aggravated asthma condition sent him and his two sons packing for sea breeze and California sun. One mechanic at Harry’s, Joe, 71 years old, has worked here since he arrived from Mexico at the age of eighteen. Mrs. Trepanier, who drives a 1913 Cadillac and staffs the front office, has been married to Harry for at least 27 years. There’s no website, “but plenty cobwebs.” The family has participated in a traveling antique roadshow and loaned their collection to movie shoots, which explains the incredible car collection in the yard. A fire engine, buses, cars, and antique bicycles were paraded around with well dressed mannequins behind the wheels and seated in the vintage paddy wagon from Sing Sing Prison. Years ago, Harry & Sons refurnished cars for Disneyland. One time, Robert (Bob) Jani, legendary event producer and L.A. native, asked Harry & Sons to build a custom bicycle for Liberace to ride on the opening day of Walt Disney World in FL. Three 5′ wheels carried a piano which Liberace played and steered from a unicycle seat. It’s on permanent display at the Pepsi Cola Saloon.


PHONE JACKS Busted ~ San Fernando Valley


The alleged creator of one of the most prolific unauthorized items seen in the streets of Los Angeles over the past few years was busted in a sting operation late last year, Dana Bartholomew of the Daily News reported today. Who was this incredibly active vandal? It wasn’t a street artist, it wasn’t someone doing graffiti, and it wasn’t an illegal muralist. No, it was Rickey Reed, who has put up thousands of PHONE JACKS signs all over Los Angeles for the past half-dozen years. The signs have been so ubiquitous that artist Free Humanity did a parody early last year (see below). The Daily News reports…


We’d been trying to get him for a while,” said code enforcement Chief Frank Bush, who said he cited Reed after he’d begun to measure the store for a phone installation. “He caused visual blight throughout the community.

“I’ve seen his signs all over the place – everywhere you drive.”

Reed, 52, of Los Angeles, was charged with five counts of posting advertising signs on public property, for which he faces a pre-trial hearing on Wednesday.

If convicted of each count, he faces up to 2 1/2 years in jail and a $5,000 fine.

Ice Fade City ~ View Park-Windsor Hills


Ice Fade City ~ 3732 W. Slauson Ave. ~ View Park-Windsor Hills


Have you seen this boy? ~ Silverlake