Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
“The secret of staying young is to live honestly, eat slowly, and lie about your age.” Lucille Ball
Lloyd Wright – architect – and a beautiful house of Ramon Navarro’s – who would be 116 today
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Yes we do!
Art Deco perfection! It’s funny the *power* photos can have, the way they can capture life and beauty, in a world that too often seems devoid of those things. I adore these pictures. 🙂
These two places are still here 😉
The Dandy wants to eat at the CineGrill.
Any restaurant that looks like a jewellers is a winner surely?
The Perfumed Dandy
The food is okay… but it’s more of a nightclub these days. I think you would like it!
isn’t Cinegrill where Mr. Feinstein sings?
The cars and the bridge coordinate so well. Does that bridge still live?
The bridge still lives and the traffic flows under it everyday from downtown to points northeast.
This is the Pasadena FWY 110 North (110 South Harbor FWY). It is the first freeway ever built if I’m not mistaken and has only three lanes as they did not expect millions cars flowing through the area back in the days.
The entrance to the tunnel/bridge projects both strength and elegance.Its a hard thing to do in fact.
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