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The Berlin Wall Becomes a Part of a Helicopter Tour 150 150 admin

The Berlin Wall Becomes a Part of a Helicopter Tour

One of the best ways to enjoy a private sightseeing tour of Los Angeles is to see it from the air — in a helicopter.  And the most exciting part of a helicopter tour is the rooftop take-off and landing from a downtown skyscraper!  We regularly make this arrangement for our private luxury tour guests…

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October Beach in Malibu 150 150 admin

October Beach in Malibu

There are so many nice, sunny days in Los Angeles (more than 320 each year) that it is not unusual that we find ourselves on a private custom luxury tour of the beaches from Marina del Rey to Malibu.  Driving along the Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1 on your maps and familiarly known as “PCH”)…

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Wily Coyote in Hollywood 150 150 admin

Wily Coyote in Hollywood

We don’t have roadrunners in Hollywood (except at Warner Bros. — meep, meep!) but we do have plenty of coyotes, the animal kind, throughout Los Angeles.  We see them regularly on our private luxury tours in Hollywood, Beverly Hills, Bel Air and Malibu.  This one above, looking quite sleek and healthy, is an unusual close…

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See a Movie in Luxury and Style in Hollywood 150 150 admin

See a Movie in Luxury and Style in Hollywood

Hollywood is for movie lovers and everyone loves movies (ergo: Hollywood is for everyone).  Not all movie lovers, though, really care how they see movies.  For those who do then the Arclight Cinemas should be your only movie watching destination.  Why? The best designed theaters for seeing a film as the filmmakers intended.  Stadium seating…

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Rodney Dangerfield Sums It Up from the Afterlife 150 150 admin

Rodney Dangerfield Sums It Up from the Afterlife

In keeping with our “keep it light” look at headstones for Halloween, here lies Rodney Dangerfield, the comedian who “got no respect,” in the Westwood Village Park Memorial Cemetery.  He does get a great deal of respect and adoration from our private luxury tour guests engaging us to show them the “Dark Side” of Los…

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Want to Write or Draw a Children’s Book? 150 150 admin

Want to Write or Draw a Children’s Book?

This was simply an interesting photograph taken during one of our private luxury tours of Los Angeles by our tour specialist, Nic, but when we were reviewing our photographs a discussion ensued in the office about children’s books and writers we know.  We visited the Society of Children’s Book Writers & Illustrators (SCBWI) website and…

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To Our Writer Friends 150 150 admin

To Our Writer Friends

Here lies Billy Wilder, claiming from his gravesite in the Westwood Village Park Memorial Cemetery that after 60 films in a career over 50 years in Berlin, Paris, New York and Hollywood — he’s not perfect.  Well, if he wasn’t then nobody was — or will be!  Some of the Golden Era of Hollywood’s greatest…

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Museum of Jurassic Technology – No Dinosaurs 150 150 admin

Museum of Jurassic Technology – No Dinosaurs

Is it an art museum?  Is it a science museum?  What kind of a museum is this?  The amazing little gallery and Russian tea house on Venice Boulevard in Culver City is guaranteed to confound you.  Check your definitions of art, science and curating at the door and enter the bizarre world of The Museum…

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Business Art in Downtown Los Angeles 150 150 admin

Business Art in Downtown Los Angeles

They said I had a head for business They said to get ahead I had to lose my head They said be concrete and I became concrete They said, go, my son, multiply, divide, conquer I did my best – Philip Levine – This is a sculpture you cannot miss as you walk down Figueroa…

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Jeff Goldblum in Seminar at the Ahmanson 150 150 admin

Jeff Goldblum in Seminar at the Ahmanson

I am uncertain why, of all the potential Hollywood personalities we can feature here, Jeff Goldblum gets so much of our attention.  Does he deserve it?  Absolutely. Now he is starring in a new comedy by Theresa Rebeck, SEMINAR, opening this week at the Ahmanson Theater downtown.  Also in the cast are Aya Cash, Patrick…

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