Cars, Trucks and Carriages: Top Blogs of the Week

Here's what you wrote—and read—this week.

Gary Washburn posted this photo of truck vs. car accident in Northridge. (Credit: Gary Washburn)
Gary Washburn posted this photo of truck vs. car accident in Northridge. (Credit: Gary Washburn)
Hey Patchers, we know not everyone gets a chance to read neighboring sites, but we don't want you to miss out on interesting posts by readers. With that in mind, we've rounded up the top blogs of the week for Los Angeles County. 

No, we're not making a judgement call on your blogs, these are simply the blogs with the highest readership this week. Here they are (in no particular order):

Why Don't We Jump?: Carl Petersen discusses Why Don't We Jump, in which author Naoki Higashida discusses his autism.

"Malibu Voices" video series debuts with Skylar Peak: Marshall Thompson introduces a new video series in which producers will share conversations with interesting "Malibuites."

R10 Social House opens in Redondo Beach Marina: The South Bay's Jackie reviews new restaurant R10, named after the buoy off Palos Verdes.

Truck vs Cars on Nordhoff at Amestoy: Gary Washburn posted photos of a recent accident in Northridge. Hey locals, let us know: is this an accident-prone area?

Letter to Mr. Bill de Blasio, New York City: The title speaks for itself in Irene DeBlasio's latest blog from Studio City, in which she addresses Hansom Cab rides through Central Park and taxes on the wealthy.

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