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Pop expo: A column explained


  • pamylla 6 years ago

    Loved it - very cool!

  • Peter Lacey 6 years ago

    Doms Dominion!. Excellent!

  • Art Marriott 6 years ago

    As far as architectural style, the term "mid-century modern" may be somewhat indigenous to Southern California. In Washington and Oregon, houses were built in the 50's and 60's in a similar style, with perhaps more use of natural-finished wood (because of the abundant forests nearby), and referred to as "northwest contemporary". No doubt other variants were common elsewhere in the country.

  • Z. J. Prokulewicz 6 years ago

    Dominic says it all and in between.
    Write on...........

  • ultimato 6 years ago

    Dig it!

  • Massimo del Pozzo 6 years ago

    Truly a great work,as usual Domenic is a superb writer and researcher!

  • Mark Moore 6 years ago

    Looks cool, Dom. I'm on board.

  • Jumpy 6 years ago

    Count me in.

  • Scott Brookman 6 years ago

    I love the P.O.P. graphic. I'm in.

  • Virginia Webb 6 years ago

    Katie's Mom- and pop culture enthusiast. Perhaps she can be of assistance to you. Will let my boomer friends know about it!

  • Kitty du Mont 6 years ago

    Groovy, Dominic, groovy!

  • Barry 6 years ago

    Looks like fun.. I signed up!

  • Pamela D. 6 years ago

    Hi Dom -Love your work. Very cool. Sign me up.

  • Zsa Zsa Cha Cha 6 years ago

    Mahvelous, Dahlink!

  • Glenn Sadin 6 years ago

    Very cool, Domenic. I look forward to keeping up with your blog.

    Incidentally we have a number of LA-style mid-century modern neighborhoods here in the Boston area, including my house in Lexington. Check out

  • Tom Ward 6 years ago

    I'm here to make the scene. Please continue to continue...keepin' on truckin' (on). Go man go.

  • John English 6 years ago

    This is fantastic. I am on board. If there is one person that can pull it all together, interpret it all together and get it right, and not miss it, not lose the groove, it's you.

    I must say that over the years as we work trying to pull all this stuff together, it becomes hard for me to compartmentalize (which I have to do for technical purposes...on the job etc.) and I get anxious, and distracted. I lose patience because for me it is the larger picture. We seem to have to pull it apart artificially to analyze it, assess it...define it. As I drive and look out at the basin or the plains, the Valley etc. I get a visceral sense of our collective history and the physical environment where it's occurring as a total interconnected and integrated moment. What I call the psychedelic all-at-once-ness of it all.

    Thanks again for your great contribution.

  • Beverly 6 years ago

    These Examiner folks are GENIUSES, to have realized the incredible value that this writer brings to their site. Way to go.

  • Sabrina Saxon 6 years ago

    Great job Dominic!!!! Thanks for letting me know about it! LOVE LOVE LOVE Sabrina Saxon

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