Tag Archives: #Los Angeles Conservancy

Mary Mallory: Hollywood Heights – Beverly Hills Waterworks

Note: This is an encore post from 2012. Southern California and Los Angeles have grown by leaps and bounds over the last 150 years, and the most urgent requirement during that time has been water.  Unable to provide enough water … Continue reading

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Mary Mallory / Hollywood Heights: 4418 Vineland Ave., Yesterday and Today, Part 2

4418 Vineland Ave. in an undated photo, courtesy of Mary Mallory.   Two years can bring changes in life, whether to a person or building, and not always for the better. I wrote about the history of 4418 Vineland Ave. … Continue reading

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Voices: Curtis Hanson

In honor of Curtis Hanson, who died yesterday at the age of 71, here is a recording I made of him on May 23, 2007, with Eva Marie Saint and Patricia Hitchcock before a showing of “North by Northwest” by … Continue reading

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Los Angeles Conservancy Announces Last Remaining Seats for 2016

The Los Angeles Conservancy has announced its lineup for the Last Remaining Seats film series, choosing movies from previous seasons to celebrate its 30th anniversary. The movies are: “Top Gun” (June 4) “To Kill a Mockingbird” (June 8) “Some Like … Continue reading

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Main Street

Photography wasn’t allowed in certain spots on the L.A. Conservancy’s Mainly Main tour, so I didn’t take many pictures. A crew was setting up for a private party in St. Vibiana’s where all photography was banned, and the penthouse at … Continue reading

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