You might be wondering: Where’s the next post on Scotty Bowers’ “Full Service?”
I have been busy with other tasks. I was asked to write a column for The Times and was happy to profile Ed Fuentes. Here’s the story: “A vibrant voice chronicles the renaissance of downtown L.A.”
I have also been busy on an ambitious project (no, it has nothing to do with the Black Dahlia) that I can’t reveal until it’s officially rolled out, which I expect to happen in the next week.
So many stories, only one Larry Harnisch. And thanks for your patience!
(And to the individual who responded to one of my previous “Full Service” posts to assure me that 70-year-olds are sexually active: You are an inspiration to us all.)
Love it that L.A. has rediscovered its fabled downtown. It was the first place I went to upon my arrival into the city fifty years ago. Was looking for a throbbing metropolitan light filled, focal point I’d seen on the screen at least comparable to Chicago’s Loop and New York’s Broadway. Instead, I found a ghost town devoid of people and open interaction. Even park benches had been recently removed from Pershing Square in order to discourage communication. I wondered what happened. L.A deserves that rebirth.