San Marino – An “Outsider’s” Perspective

I just came across this great post from a Chicago writer – Kevin Grandfield. He visited San Marino back in June and offers his observations.

San Marino, Pasadena’s neighbor outside of Los Angeles, looked like a town you might see in a Hopper painting. The houses were all built before the 1950s, and no one was visible on the streets, sidewalks, or lawns. It made me wonder if there was not a law against being seen in public. There was a law against everything else. San Marino was described as “the strictest city in America.”

Read the rest of the post at Kevin Grandfields blog – 271 San Marino, California – The Long Leg


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