About Victory & ResedaVictory & Reseda is a website/blog telling the story of the automobile through the eyes of freelance automotive writer Randy Stern and friends. This website/blog serves as a virtual intersection of the automobile, its culture, the past, present and future of personal transportation. It also features travel pieces that center on the automotive experience.
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Category Archives: The Heirloom, MkII
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Forty-eight years of baseball memories have yielded so much. I set foot in fourteen Major League Baseball homes. Each one still has a lingering effect on me. Some of these places no longer have … Continue reading
Tweet All Photos by Randy Stern Baseball has always been about the journey around the bases. My journey may be one of bandwagonism. One can call it as such. I believe it is a journey to find the right team … Continue reading
Tweet An unholy trinity? All Photos by Randy Stern Often at times when I write about sports-related subject matter, I’m always drawn back to my roots. You live long enough to retain vivid memories of important days that shaped the … Continue reading
Tweet From humble beginnings to a breaking point, this was where The Heirloom’s story takes a turn. Hometown pride is one thing. Supporting the Los Angeles Dodgers was easy, as long as they were winning. As long as Tommy Lasorda … Continue reading
Tweet Today, we reignite an old blog – within this website. Randy’s MLBlog of several years, The Heirloom, becomes a column on Victory & Reseda. The first initial articles are repostings of old pieces from the MLBlog’s past. These will … Continue reading
Tweet All photos by Randy Stern Sports on the radio has one of the deepest histories attached to it. Before television, radio and the local newspaper were the only ways to know what was going on with your favorite team … Continue reading
Tweet Photo by Randy Stern “For all the things you want to do but are unable to – find other things to do that are equally satisfying.” This was what I posted on Facebook back on August 2nd ahead of … Continue reading