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Author Channing Sargent

  • Channing Sargent

    Channing studied acting at NYU’s Tisch School of the Arts and the Moscow Art Theatre. and is currently obtaining Master of Professional Writing from USC. Her favorite role includes playing Chigurh in a stage version of NO Country for Old Men - yep. Don't put it in your pocket. It's your lucky quarter. As a producer and writer of web content, she's worked with the top YouTube multi-channel networks to create viral video series and campaigns. She grew up with a tin bender dad who collected beat-up old Cadillacs and Falcons and Pontiacs. She writes about obscure cultures, cities, the arts, and (extra)ordinary people for various publications. Follow her on twitter at @sargentchanning.

 

What’s Brand Love Got to Do With It?

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DMV Survival Guide: Culver City Edition

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Classic L.A. Car Washes Still In Business

Suds up! Read more...

Ugly Cars: The Edsel’s “Toilet Seat Grille”

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DMV Survival Guide: South Central Edition

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The Colorful History of California License Plates

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DMV Survival Guide: Hollywood Edition

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The Life and Death of Ugly: Yugo—No, You Go

1986 marked the year of “Yugomania” in America, but why this fugly Yugoslavian car had fans remains a great mystery Read more...

What A Concept: Cars Made of Hemp, Powered by Air

Though not commercially available, these designs are redefining eco-friendly driving Read more...

Ride Wars: One Rideshare Driver Explains It All

Sidecar, Lyft, and Uber are fighting for your business, but what’s going on behind the wheel? Read more...
 
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