During a 1994 blackout, L.A. residents called 911 when they saw the Milky Way for the first time
Stephanie Buck
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Stephanie you always have some great, intriguing articles.

This one however I’m going to guess is an “urban myth”. L.A. is too close to the ocean and in a bowl. As a matter-of-fact it’s called “the bowl” by locals. This “bowl” keeps in the delightful smog, fog, etc. and one blackout isn’t going to account for a suddenly clear sky.

“Urban myth”?

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