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Based in Atlanta, GA - Rick Limpert is an award-winning writer, a best-selling author, and a featured sports travel writer.

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Entries in Los Angeles (9)


Los Angeles to Host 2028 Olympics

Los Angeles has come to an agreement with the International Olympic Committee to bring the 2028 Olympics back to Southern California. Paris to host 2014 Games.



One Minute Parking

This sign in Los Angeles gives parkers 1 minute to do their business.


Rain Hits L.A.

Rain hits L.A., and in a big way.


Microsoft Enters the Tablet Fray With the Surface

It wasn't the best kept secret, but Microsoft introduced their new tablet Monday night in Los Angeles.

The Mircosoft Surface.

It's 10.6 inches and 9.33 mm thick.

It runs Windows 8 and will come out this fall.



Atlanta Should Try and Lure E3 From L.A.

With word out that the E3 show may not return to Southern California, Atlanta should try and get the show back.

E3 was once held in Atlanta as well as Tokyo and Santa Monica, CA.

Michael Gallagher, president of the Entertainment Software Association, has said that if issues with the construction of Farmer’s Field are not resolved immediately, he may be forced to hold the trade show elsewhere. Although Gallagher did not comment directly on what other cities he has been in talks with.

With the L.A. Convention Center possible out of commission for 2013, this show should come back east.

“We need assurance on things like square footage, the quality of the space, the ease of loading and unloading equipment, signage throughout the convention center for marketing and sponsorships,” Gallagher said. “We love being in Los Angeles, but we also have a show to put on.”

With the summer months being slow for tradeshows and conventions in Atlanta, this would be a perfect show for the World Congress Center and the Georgia Dome.

I'm sure all the hotels, restaurants and businesses in Downtown Atlanta, Midtown and Buckhead would agree.