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Sundance Next Fest to head for Ace Hotel in downtown L.A. – Los Angeles Times.
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In 1927 people dragged out their vintage cars (and horses) and paraded in honor of Hollywood’s early settlers: –
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Musso’s on Wilshire: And, Frank’s was on Hollywood Blvd. Frank Toulet’s restaurant was on Hollywood Blvd. since 1919. When John Musso joined him they moved next door – where the restaurant is still located. I recommend sitting at the counter and sipping the perfect martini while watching pure artistry as your steak is grilled medium rare.
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Lindbergh made his famous flight in 1927. This photo is of a somewhat obscure movie actress, Gertie Messinger, posing at an art exhibit in Los Angeles with a bust of “Lucky Lindbergh” sculpted by Irene Hundt Rundquist.
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