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New “L.A.” Mag Post – The TCM Movie Locations Tour

Jul 17th, 2014 | By | Category: Los Angeles Magazine Blog Posts

Be sure to check out today’s Scene It Before post for L.A. magazine – about the new TCM Movie Locations Tour.  You can find it here.  My columns typically get published in the late morning/early afternoon hours.



A Drink with the Dearly Departed

Nov 25th, 2008 | By | Category: This and That

This past Saturday night, thanks to E.J. over at The Movieland Directory who made the introduction, Mike, from MovieShotsLA, his fiance, my boyfriend, and I met up with Scott Michaels, creator and founder of both the Find-A-Death website and the Dearly Departed Tour Company. Scott’s tours and website both focus on famous Hollywood death and scandal locations. (The bathroom stop on his tour is the very same bathroom where George Michael was caught with his pants down a few years back! LOL) You might remember […]



Stalking the WB – Again!

Nov 20th, 2008 | By | Category: Movie Locations

After spending our morning at Sony Pictures Studio, Mike from MovieShotsLA, his fiance Jen, and I headed over to Warner Brothers Studio in Burbank to take their VIP tour once again. I had heard that no two tours are ever alike at the WB and Mike and I wanted to see if that was really true. And you know what? It was! This experience was COMPLETELY different from the first time we took the tour back in September of this year. It was like seeing […]



The Sony Pictures Studio Tour

Nov 19th, 2008 | By | Category: Movie Locations

Last month Mike, from MovieShotsLA, his fiance Jen, and I decided to go on another studio stalking adventure. This time we opted for the Sony Pictures Studio Tour in Culver City. The studio lot that is now owned by Sony Pictures Entertainment (parent company to both Columbia and TriStar Pictures) was originally built in 1915 by producer Thomas Ince for his company Triangle Pictures. During that time, Culver City was quite a powerhouse in the motion picture industry. The city even touted itself with the […]