D.J. Waldie

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DnA looks into the extreme measures being taken to improve air conditioning and asks whether outside air is cheaper and healthier. Also, D.J.

Air conditioning becomes a weapon against infection, D.J. Waldie finds the soul in Los Angeles

DnA looks into the extreme measures being taken to improve air conditioning and asks whether outside air is cheaper and healthier. Also, D.J.

from Design and Architecture

Writer DJ Waldie has spent a lifetime studying and writing about the good and bad of LA.

In ‘Becoming Los Angeles,’ the city of angels is a ‘crossroads of the world’

Writer DJ Waldie has spent a lifetime studying and writing about the good and bad of LA.

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Sometime in the mid-1980s, a former chief pilot of the Lakewood (Calif.) Sheriff’s Station helicopter patrol program informed me of the perversity of helicopters.

A short history of the intrusive helicopter

Sometime in the mid-1980s, a former chief pilot of the Lakewood (Calif.) Sheriff’s Station helicopter patrol program informed me of the perversity of helicopters.

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