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    The Ford Amphitheatre opened its 2007 season last weekend with local favorite Charles Phoenix and yet another one of his slide show presentations culled from thrift shops in and around Los Angeles. Locally famous for his "Disneyland Tour of Los Angeles," Charles Phoenix knows his way around a good number of the city's landmarks, past and present. Opening entertainment was provided by an original roller rink organist who was then followed by a world...
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    The Ford Amphitheatre opened its 2007 season last weekend with local favorite Charles Phoenix and yet another one of his slide show presentations culled from thrift shops in and around Los Angeles. Locally famous for his "Disneyland Tour of Los Angeles," Charles Phoenix knows his way around a good number of the city's landmarks, past and present. Opening entertainment was provided by an original roller rink organist who was then followed by a world...
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    After a nine year absence, this week Disneyland tore down the walls around the lagoon and resumed running the subs for all to see. The new Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage opens the the public on June 11th. Let's hear it for the buoy!...
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    After a nine year absence, this week Disneyland tore down the walls around the lagoon and resumed running the subs for all to see. The new Finding Nemo Submarine Voyage opens the the public on June 11th. Let's hear it for the buoy!...
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    Occasional car nuts that we are, LAist couldn't be more stoked about the big event this weekend. Mid-Wilshire will be crawling with genuine hot rods all this weekend as part of the 75th anniversary of the '32 Ford, affectionately known as The Deuce. The Petersen Automobile Museum will be the focal point for all things Deuce-ish all this weekend, as 750 of the Fords are expected to turn out for what is certainly to...
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    Occasional car nuts that we are, LAist couldn't be more stoked about the big event this weekend. Mid-Wilshire will be crawling with genuine hot rods all this weekend as part of the 75th anniversary of the '32 Ford, affectionately known as The Deuce. The Petersen Automobile Museum will be the focal point for all things Deuce-ish all this weekend, as 750 of the Fords are expected to turn out for what is certainly to...
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    Courtesy of the Hershey Kissmobile during a visit to the U.S. Post Office on Beverly Blvd. today. That is all....
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    Courtesy of the Hershey Kissmobile during a visit to the U.S. Post Office on Beverly Blvd. today. That is all....
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    Um...yeah. Everybody saw it. Nobody wants to talk about it. So, I will. Perhaps some of you encountered some creepy fog during the late evening hours. From my vantage point, both The Grove (seen above) and downtown LA were temporarily taken from us. I'm prepping my pitchfork and torch so I won't be found off guard tonight. Are you with me, people??!!...
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    Um...yeah. Everybody saw it. Nobody wants to talk about it. So, I will. Perhaps some of you encountered some creepy fog during the late evening hours. From my vantage point, both The Grove (seen above) and downtown LA were temporarily taken from us. I'm prepping my pitchfork and torch so I won't be found off guard tonight. Are you with me, people??!!...

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