I set up a Westchester group at Yahoo's Flickr site and put up some old and rare stuff on it. Thankfully, other people have, too.WikipediaThe free internet international encyclopedia has category on this fare suburb
A fine free local newspaper that covers Santa Monica all the way down to Westchester. One too many real estate pages, but it's better than nothing.
I just bumped into this WordPress blog and it's quite a find! It's a blog that is all about Westchester and alumni from Westchester High School from that era. Much more going on at their Facebook page!
The oldest record store in Westchester has their own site! Staff bios, blogs, photo, picks and so on. Just don't ask them about 'net deals....you have been warned.
Kinda brief page and it only has one picture. However, The Daily Breeze has a nifty page on its history that's quite large!
I bumped into this simple yet interesting page about the abandned section underneath the LAX flightpath near Playa Del Ray. It also contains links to other sites with more photos of the houses JUST before their destruction.
Get to know what real estate madness is going on...at least, in THIS corner of L. A.
KXLU AND MCH
The biggest little (or vise versa) station in LA!
Pretty much the official radio program of this site and It's on Tuesday nights on KXLU
Co-hort of the MCH has got himself his own corner of the net! Information on his solo DJ gigs, photos, blogs and Twitter is included
Believe it or not, here's a episode guide to this obscure series!
As noted in the Coffee Tea Or Me' page, Bain was the ghost writer for the series. Well, this ain't the only project that's kept him busy. Sadly, his personal site was pulled after he died in October 2017. Here's the Wikipedia page on him.
Housed in the old Imperial Terminal, this museum showcases the history of LAX and how aviation has shaped Southern California.
This organization runs many airline memorabilia shows across the country with two stops next to LAX per year. This page lists these shows. So, if you get an itch to scratch for the old airline stuff....
If you got a favorite airline and not afraid to wear their brand and logo on your chest, SkyShirts seems to be the place to take care of that need. Why should sports and comic book fans have all the (exhibitionist) fun!
The site is highly recommended. You'll know enough about this town without paying the damned rent. Also, check out Jeffrey Stanton's updated reissued Venice Beach book, 'Venice Of America: Coney Island of the Pacific'. Another mondo recommendation!!
If you though this site is slightly nuts over old and mid-centuiry modern, check this message board of like minded fanboys and fangirls who are far more hipper than comic book/sci-fi geeks.
A fine funky blog about all what's currently going on in Venice Beach. Updated almost daily!!
Not much to do with Westchester/LAX/etc., but this site showcases an interesting collection of old motel/hotels postcards. Plus there are a few LAX motels somewhere in here! Formally known as 'In The Heart Of Downtown'.
Take one brave L. A. resident who loves walking with a digital camera and a web site and you got this incredible foot journey made for urban archaeologists everywhere! Has made many trips through Westchester/Playa Del Rey