Author Archives: Brian Donnelly

LA Through a Cracked Lens: 38 Years Ago

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: Happy Birthday to the Hollywood Sign

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LA Through a Cracked Lens: After the Rain

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Photo Gallery: The 87th Annual Hollywood Christmas Parade

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Random LA: Camouflage

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Quentin Tarantino is Getting Mighty Tired of Us Following Him Around The City

Quentin Tarantino¬†took Hollywood Boulevard back to 1969 last night. He didn’t even have to change The Frolic Room.¬†He wasn’t as grumpy as this photo might lead you to believe. This was just one shot. Overall, he was very genial and … Continue reading

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We Continue Following Quentin Tarantino Around: Hollywood and Vine

Everything is being set for shooting tonight around the historic Pantages and the Frolic Room. Tiki bars and Girls! Girl! Girls! How Hollywood could it get? And who would have ever thought something as basic as the telephone booth would … Continue reading

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We Continue Following Quentin Tarantino Around: Pandora’s Box in Hollywood

Pandora’s Box was a coffee house and music venue on Sunset Boulevard and Crescent Heights. Starting in the late 50s, the club hosted jazz acts and later acts like Sonny and Cher. It was one of the main clubs that … Continue reading

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Random LA: SpaceX Freaks Everyone Out!

Tonight Elon Musk’s SpaceX launched their first satellite into space on the Falcon 9 rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base at around 7:20 PM, blowing everyone’s minds with a bizarre lightshow that looked like a nebula, a UFO, or one … Continue reading

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