Tag Archives: Valentine’s Day

Feb. 14, 1882: Valentine’s Day Love and Jokes

Feb. 14, 1882: Love and practical jokes flourish by the wagon load in Los Angeles. “More hearts are made sad by the villainous characters and miserable doggerel sent out broadcast, than can be cured before the next valentine day comes … Continue reading

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Feb. 13, 1959: Matt Weinstock and Valentine’s Day

Feb. 13, 1959: Matt Weinstock ends the day with a few thoughts about Valentine’s Day. Plus the usual assortment of short poems and amusing stories. The Mirror’s copy desk must have had some wags. I was about to say that … Continue reading

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Feb. 20, 1908

At top, notice that the buggy dealer was not too far from the auto painting shop. Above, czarist agents in Los Angeles? How cool is that? Reminds me of the Mexican revolutionaries who were arrested in 1907. (Note the arrest … Continue reading

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I Love L.A.!

  Photograph by Larry Harnisch / Los Angeles Times I’ve been waiting a year to get this shot of the MTA headquarters. Happy Valentine’s Day! Email me

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