Tag Archives: Nathan Marsak

L.A. Daily Mirror Retro Holiday Shopping Guide: ‘Bunker Hill Los Angeles’

Time to start the Daily Mirror’s holiday gift suggestions and there’s no better way to begin than with “Bunker Hill Los Angeles: Essence of Sunshine and Noir” by my Crime Buddy Nathan Marsak, published by Angel City Press ($40). The … Continue reading

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Coming Attractions: Nathan Marsak Discusses Bunker Hill With Mary Mallory and Brian Judd

My old Crime Buddy Nathan Marsak has written a book on Bunker Hill in his informed yet freewheeling style and will be appearing Wednesday at 7 p.m. PST in a virtual event hosted by Hollywood Heritage in its “Evening @ … Continue reading

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Shout Out to Nathan

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   Photograph by Larry Harnisch / Los Angeles Times I saw the drab concrete facade being installed on the LAPD’s new headquarters yesterday and thought: "East Germany, 1962." This promises to be an interesting contrast to what Nathan Marsak calls … Continue reading

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Jan. 5, 1908 Los Angeles I love looking through the early 20th century issues of The Times. For one thing, they are only about 26 pages and the ads are amazing. Here’s a shout-out to Nathan Marsak of the 1947project. … Continue reading

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