Save the 76 Ball - nathan marsak en LA Observed Native Intelligence videoblog: How the 76 ball was saved <p>Last week, Nathan Marsak and I got up uncommonly early to accompany intrepid LA Observed videoblogger Jacob Soboroff on a tour of the surviving 76 Balls of North-East LA. Later, Jacob followed sign-spotting legend J. Eric Freedner deep into Orange County for a sneak peak at the new, red 76 Balls being readied for, ahem, erection.</p> <p>Do click over to <a href="" target="_blank">LA Observed&#39;s Native Intelligence</a> section to read Jacob&#39;s take on the Save the 76 Ball campaign and for a brief visit with a few of the folks behind this website.</p> atwater village J. Eric Freedner jacob soboroff kim cooper nathan marsak ontario orange swain&#039;s signs Wed, 31 Jan 2007 07:39:58 -0800 kim 131 at Tomorrow: Kim and Nathan on Indie 103.1 with Joe Escalante <p>On Wednesday, July 19, around 8:40 am Los Angeles time, please tune in to Indie 103.1-FM or stream the station online <a href="" target="_blank">here</a>. Save the 76 Ball founders Kim and Nathan will be in the studio with Joe Escalante to discuss the campaign and ask for the public's help in getting the word out and saving Ray's balls.</p> indie 103.1 interview joe escalante kim cooper los angeles nathan marsak radio Tue, 18 Jul 2006 13:13:42 -0700 kim 87 at Nathan Marsak says "Save the 76 Ball!" <p> Nathan Marsak, author of the book &ldquo;Los Angeles Neon&rdquo; and co-author of the Save The 76 Ball Petition, delivers an impassioned <a href="">podcast</a> plea that the remaining 76 Balls be kept safe from harm.</p> <p>stay in touch! subscribe to the <a href="">channel</a>. </p> design history los angeles nathan marsak neon podcast preservation ray pedersen signage Wed, 15 Feb 2006 16:19:53 -0800 rss 42 at