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My LA to Z: Tom LaBonge
City Councilman Tom LaBonge likes spotting herons and egrets in the Los Angeles River and is particularly fond of Sergio’s section at Musso & Frank
“My LA to Z” is a new web-exclusive feature on LAmag.com that will ask well-known Angelenos for their must list about the city they love. This week we hear from City Councilman Tom LaBonge, who represents his beloved 4th district and grew up in Silver Lake.
The Griffith Observatory at dawn
Mount Hollywood in the Spring when the wildflowers are in bloom
The Los Angeles Coliseum on a fall afternoon
Los Angeles Coliseum
Driving on any part of Mulholland Drive at night, with the lights of the Valley spread out below
The Los Angeles River bikeway where you can see herons and egrets in the water
The bikeway starts at Riverside Drive and Victory Blvd. at the base of Griffith Park
Crossing the 6th Street Bridge during the Los Angeles Marathon with the city’s skyline in full view
E. 6th St. and Mesquit St.
Musso & Frank, Sergio’s section
Musso & Frank Grill
The Original Farmers Market, the John Ferraro Memorial Table
Ringing the bell on the top of the City Hall Tower, on the observation deck just outside the Tom Bradley Tower Room
L.A. City Hall
Strolling on Larchmont Village any day of the week
N. Larchmont Blvd.
All images courtesy of Flickr users (in order): Marcy Reiford, Taylor Flannagan, rappensuncle, Steve Zaslavsky, Unobtanium, Omar Omar, Meltwater, Omar Omar, Fred Camino, and Clinton Steeds