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Summer 2017
Explore all that Hollywood has to offer while discovering the controversy behind the Hollywood sign, a new restaurant on Melrose, the history and future of Clark Gable & Caorle Lombard's former love nest and the emerging theatre scene in LA that's giving New York a run for its money.
Features
Feast of Fantasy
The Edmon Restaurant resides inside the Hollywood Historic Hotel. Built in 1927 by S. Charles Lee, the National Landmark captures the beauty of a bygone era. During that time, its close proximity to ...
The Hollywood Sign
The Hollywood Sign, one of the world’s iconic symbols, identifies the Entertainment Capital of the World and serves as a metaphor of hope and dreams of success. Hundreds of thousands of people flock ...
Clark and Carole's Castle
The house was a jaw-dropping, turreted mini-medieval castle, rising majestically on a street near the center of Hollywoodland aka Beachwood canyon, its fairytale exterior a joy to behold. I’d done my ...
Features - Sub articles
Theatre in LA
...with a spotlight on The Fountain. Hollywood is heralded around the globe as the mesmerizing “movie capital of the world,” yet more plays are produced each year in Los Angeles than major motion ...
Summer Reading
Editor's picks for the Hollywoodphile
Why I Love Hollywood
I was in my 20s when I first came to Hollywood to chase my dreams and become successful enough to make sure my mother never worked a day in her life again. She was always my motivation. I told myself ...

  

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