Join us this week as we visit with raconteur and West Hollywood nightclub owner John Maljevic, to talk about his fifty-year friendship with the celebrated Western silversmith Charlie Sample. We’ll also sit down with Mike the PoeT (aka Mike Sonksen) to get the scoop on his new poems and new ideas for engaging Angelenos through verse and shared values.
Plus, a plan to re-imagine California’s imperiled parks, a repertory company tackles James M. Cain’s “Double Indemnity” and a dance troupe celebrates Raymond Chandler, Wilmington’s original Der Wienerschnitzel stand up for landmarking, Thirteenth, El Monte considers seizing underwater mortgages from the banks, and the Sparkle Factory flagship store coming to the historic Burns building at 8th and Broadway. All this and more, as Kim & Richard usher in the week of August 12th, 2013.
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A plan to re-imagine California’s imperiled parks.
Double Indemnity is staged. So is Being Raymond Chandler.
Wilmington’s original Der Wienerschnitzel stand under landmarking consideration.
El Monte considers seizing underwater mortgages.
Sparkle Factory coming soon to lower Broadway.
LAVA’s Monthly Sunday Salon, August
August’s Broadway On My Mind Tour (right after Salon!)
Roebling Bldg.‘s Batchelder Tile Tour
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