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Mar 2, 2017

7 romantic movies set in Southern California to watch before Valentine's Day

There’s also romance at the Griffith Observatory and the Lighthouse Cafe on the Hermosa Beach Pier. This is the one you can turn into a date with a night at the movies, too.“L.A. STORY”The title says it all. This quirky love story stars Steve Martin (who also wrote the screenplay) as a cynical TV weatherman bored with his girlfriend (Marilu Henner). Throughout the movie, locations in Venice, Hollywood, and the Hard Rock Café at the Beverly Center are all featured. The movie also stars Sarah Jessica Parker who portrays a ditzy gum-smacking spokesmodel and Victoria Tennant.“CLUELESS”An update on the Jane Austen novel “Emma,” the 1995 romantic comedy starring Alicia Silverstone as fashionable matchmaker Cher Horowitz is both hilarious and entertaining. The film — which also features Paul Rudd, Stacey Dash and the late Brittany Murphy — showcases tony Beverly Hills locales and the San Fernando Valley. If you want to see where Cher was mugged, Circus Liquor is in North Hollywood.“VALLEY GIRL”This hit from 1983 tells the tale of a preppy girl from Encino (Deborah Foreman) who crosses paths with a hunky Hollywood punk rocker (Nicolas Cage) at a Los Angeles beach. With scenes featuring French fries from Du-par’s Restaurant in Studio City to various locations around the San Fernando Valley, the Los Angeles area was heavily featured in the movie. Like, oh my God!“PRETTY WOMAN”This film about a prostitute who finds true love with a corporate hot shot (Richard Gere) was filmed in Los Angeles and made Julia Roberts a big screen star. With notable scenes on Rodeo Drive, Wilshire Boulevard and seedy parts of Hollywood, the blockbuster film remains a classic. And Jason Alexander shines as a smarmy attorney.“THE KARATE KID”Many people can relate to protagonist Daniel LaRusso, played by a fresh-faced Ralph Macchio, as the new kid in school. He is mercilessly picked on by a band of karate students and forms an unlikely friendship with a quiet... (OCRegister)

Jan 8, 2016

20 Best Things to Do in L.A. This Week

Fahrenheit, compared to the frigid waters plaguing most of the country. Other Plunges are planned for Hermosa Beach, Manhattan Beach and other seaside cities in the Southland. Hansen Dam Aquatic Center, 11798 Foothill Blvd., Sylmar; Fri., Jan. 1, 8 a.m.; free. (818) 899-3779, lacity.org/2016-polar-bear-plunge-hansen-dam-aquatic-center-01012016. —David Cotner All of humanity's favorite things — by which we mean flowers, marching bands, war documentaries and national parks — meet in grand fashion at the 127th Rose Parade. To honor the centennial of the national park system, the Tournament of Roses' theme this year is "Find Your Adventure" — and what better place to start the adventure finding than the swarmed streets of Pasadena? Along with the Budweiser Clydesdales and a bunch of high school bands, there'll be the usual procession of organic floats, including a PBS SoCal float depicting the setting of popular period drama Downton Abbey. Grand marshal of the whole affair: mop-topped documentarian Ken Burns. Who says parades are for old fogies? Colorado Blvd., Pasadena; Fri., Jan. 1, 8 a.m.; free sidewalk viewing. tournamentofroses.com. —Gwynedd Stuart Don't condescend to True Romance, man. It'll fuckin' kill you, man. Written by Quentin Tarantino and directed by Tony Scott, the early-'90s cult classic has endeared itself to a generation of genre fans via endlessly quotable dialogue and grisly violence acted out by a formidable cast: Christian Slater and Patricia Arquette are the lovers/partners in crime, with everyone from Gary Oldman and Samuel L. Jackson to James Gandolfini and Brad Pitt rounding out the ensemble. And if you've never seen the verbal showdown between Dennis Hopper and Christopher Walken, a trip... (L.A. Weekly)

Dec 30, 2015

Robert Lee Hogan

Mission Hospital in Mission Viejo, CA. Born March 20, 1932, in Atlanta, Georgia to Harold and Evelyn Hogan, Bob attended Pier Avenue School in Hermosa Beach and Redondo Union High School, in Redondo Beach, CA. He also attended Woodbury College and Chouinard Art Institute in Los Angeles. In 1952 he entered the Navy. He met his wife Carol in 1954 and they were married in Las Vegas, NV that same year. His family lovingly remembers him; son, Robert Lee Hogan, Jr., (Kathryn LeVeque), daughter Sharri Hogan, and grandchildren Daniel and Victoria. Bob was an accomplished Los Angeles County lifeguard, surfer and paddle boarder, sailor, navigator, shipwright and marine artist. His peers considered him a “Waterman’s waterman.” A memorial service will be held at Blaine United Church of Christ on January 23, 4 p.m. In lieu of flowers, donations can be made to The Alzheimer’s Society of Washington. Like to share? ... (Blaine Northern Light)