I am cutting this week short blogging-wise so that I can begin my Thanksgiving celebrations early. I am so excited for all that we have planned for the holiday, including a stay somewhere cold, and will be sharing some of my upcoming adventures on the blog soon. I hope all of my fellow stalkers have a fabulous Thanksgiving!
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Don’t forget to check out my latest Scene it Before post for Los Angeles magazine about the Whisky a Go Go from Wicked City. My articles typically get published in the early afternoon hours.
L.A. is expected to receive record rainfall this winter, so be sure to check out my latest Discover Los Angeles post about movie and TV locations where you can beat the watery weather.
Be sure to check out my latest Los Angeles magazine article about the Sanderson house from The Grinder, my new favorite TV show. My articles typically get published in the early afternoon hours.
I know I say it every year, but this Halloween truly was the Best. Halloween. Ever. As I mentioned on Monday, my best friend, Robin, and his girlfriend, Steffi, flew in from Switzerland to spend the week with us. Halloween is not celebrated in Switzerland, so I was beyond excited to share my favorite holiday with them and we wound up turning it into a full weekend event.
Robin and Steffi arrived in L.A. on Friday evening and we immediately headed out to RISE of the […]
Don’t forget to check out my latest Los Angeles magazine article, about the various locations that mask as Hotel Cortez on American Horror Story: Hotel! My articles typically get published in the early afternoon hours.
In the early hours of August 5th, 1962, screen star Marilyn Monroe was found dead in the bedroom of her Brentwood home. Later that same day, her body was brought to the Hall of Justice in downtown Los Angeles for an autopsy. I only learned that factoid a couple of years ago and immediately became fascinated with the building. Upon doing further research, I became even more enthralled with the structure thanks to its long-standing connection to L.A.’s criminal element and dark underbelly. Figuring the […]
Be sure to check out my latest Los Angeles magazine article, about East Los Angeles Union Pacific Station, an abandoned train depot from The Postman Always Rings Twice!
I had to take my mom into Los Angeles yesterday for a doctor appointment, so I do not have a new post for today . . . but I do have a new post up at Discover Los Angeles. It’s about film noir locations, so be sure to check it out.
Finding the words “ghost town” used to describe a cemetery is likely to cause my head to start spinning. Which is exactly what happened while I was doing some research on abandoned locales for an upcoming Discover Los Angeles post. I happened to come across an article on the Avoiding Regret blog about a forgotten, dilapidated old graveyard in Pomona named Spadra Cemetery and my eyes practically bugged out of my head. The photographs displayed showed an overgrown, crumbling site marked by toppled, cracked tombstones. […]