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The Hollywood Museum was a rockin’ and a rollin’ a few days prior to the 43rd Annual Daytime Emmys roughly two Wednesdays and a week ago; wherein the primary songs that might have been flowing through anyone’s heads could very … Continue reading
T’was two weeks before Christmas and to be Oh So Cool; The Hollywood Museum Hosted Roughly 80 6th to 8th Graders from Dolores Mission School!
On a bright sunny mid-December morning in 2015 the Hollywood Museum was all a bustle and bustled from floor to ceiling with garlands galore; courtesy of museum founder Donelle Dadigan and Steve Nickelmore. Gathered together were state and city officials, … Continue reading
The Hollywood Museum Decorates for Christmas and Opens its Doors to 60 Plus Dolores Mission School Students!
On Wednesday December 9th The Hollywood Museum, which is festive and glamorous enough all year round, will gussy itself up even further for the Holidays. More importantly, it will open its doors to between 60 and 80 students from the … Continue reading
The Hollywood Museum’s 67th Annual Primetime Emmy Display: An Enthralling Exploration in the Ever Evolving Face of Television and Entertainment!
The contemporary texture of American TV: As nubby, grainy and ticklish as one of Don Draper’s Tweed suits, yet more delicious, quite possibly, even than what’s under it…? (Reoowwrr reowrr reworr!) Some say today’s television programming is as succulent as … Continue reading
The Hollywood Museum recently added three new singular and diverse pieces to their collection this October in the form of eye-popping, glitter-copping portraits of Lucille Ball, Bette Davis and Marilyn Monroe. Respectively gracing the appropriately color-themed rooms of Max Factor’s … Continue reading
Joseph Perales’ Sit Down Reading of Screenplay “Georgia” Renders the Second Floor of the Hollywood Museum a History/ Civil Rights Exhibit and Theatre for an Afternoon!
We all know what it’s like not to feel right about ourselves in our own bodies pertaining to size at the very least. Throw in additional insecurity incumbent upon your own desires, fear of one’s father (parents); top it off … Continue reading
“Reel to Real: Portrayals and Perceptions of Gays in Hollywood” Exhibit Rocks the Hollywood Museum until September
What do Miss Hathaway from The Beverly Hillbillies, Erin Murphy, best known for her role as Tabitha on Bewitched, classic Hollywood actress, Margaret O’Brien, and LAPD Deputy Chief Beatrice Girmala have in common? Read this badass article to find out! … Continue reading
Marilyn Monroe Missing Moments Exhibit Opens to Much Pomp, Circumstance and Festivity at the Hollywood Museum!
“If you’re gonna be two-faced, at least make one of them pretty.” “I’m selfish, impatient and a little insecure. I make mistakes, I am out of control and at times hard to handle. But if you can’t handle me at … Continue reading