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Anniversary lunch

Gordon took me out for a pre-anniversary lunch at Fleming’s Downtown today–we had coupon. And it was delightful. We split a 20 oz. rib-eye, a baked potato, mushrooms, and a piece of turtle pie. I always seem to eat too … Continue reading

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Who Framed Roger Rabbit at the Los Angeles Theater

The Los Angeles Conservancy was showing Who Framed Roger Rabbit at the Los Angeles Theater this afternoon–The Birds is showing tonight. I guess they want to show off the Los Angeles Theater as much as possible. I don’t blame them; … Continue reading

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Kiss of the Spider Woman At the Million Dollar Theater

Gordon and I went downtown last night to see Kiss of the Spider Woman at the Million Dollar Theater, sponsored by the Los Angeles conservancy. The Million Dollar’s claim to fame is that it’s the first Los Angeles venue built … Continue reading

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Mr. Smith Goes to Washington at the State Theater

Every year the Los Angeles Conservancy shows classic movies at the remaining historic theaters in Downtown LA. Last night they served up Mr. Smith Goes to Washington at the State Theater. I hadn’t been in that theater for 20 years; … Continue reading

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Something Rotten at the AhmansonI

I spent yesterday morning prepping my kitchen woodwork for painting and running errands–and I was exhausted. I only worked for four hours but you’d think I’d been digging ditches for a week. I used to spend six hours a day … Continue reading

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Bright Star at the Ahmanson

Gordon and I stopped at Kendall’s for our soup and wine before going upstairs to the Music Center. We got there early to get a seat but that was okay; the Dodger game was on. I had time for a … Continue reading

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The Dude conducts Mozart

Gordon and I went to Disney Hall to hear an evening of Mozart. Dudamel conducted the Overture to La clemenza di Tito, Mozart’s Piano Concerto No. 27, selections from La clemenza di Tito, Laut verkunde unsre Freude, and Ave verum … Continue reading

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