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Spring 2017
Along with our Events Calendar, Special Events, and abundant Hollywood knowledge, our Spring 2017 issue covers the rich history of the famous TCL Chinese Theatre, discovers a hidden beauty in the Artemesia house, dines out at one of LA's newest restaurants and asks you to travel with us to the beautiful country of Armenia.
Featured Articles
The Chinese Theatre
This movie icon lives right in the heart of Hollywood, and is about to turn 90 years old – but she’s still as famous as ever, and millions of people come to visit every year. Some have even signed their name and squished their hands and feet right in her forecourt, while others have left behind the imprint of a dreadlock, a nose, a leg and a fist over the years too.
Artemesia
A short distance north of Franklin Avenue up Canyon Drive is one of Los Angeles’ most exclusive gated enclaves; the dozen or so homes include two fabled manor homes owned by prominent members of the Los Angeles community at the beginning of the 20th century.
Armenia
Armenia wasn’t on our travel radar until it seemed to make perfect sense. Although born in the U.S., my husband Oscar’s first language was Armenian. We were looking for a new travel adventure and even though our travels had taken us to Mexico, Italy, France, Austria, Turkey, Hungary and the Czech Republic, this trip would be our first to a destination where at least one of us spoke the language.
Spring Reading
It seems that there’s always more to say about such iconic persons such as Judy Garland. Luft and Garland were married for 13 years (1952-1965), and together—on and off and on again—for two decades.
The Butcher, the Backer, the ...
High on the wish list of “somedays” is “someday I’d like to open a restaurant”. Such a venture is challenging enough for an experienced restaurateur, let alone a dreamer. Ask Ken Bernard, President of FTM Hospitality Group, who recently opened BBCM (The Butcher, The Baker, The Cappuccino Maker).
Getting Around in Hollywood


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