Vintage Movie Poster Auction @ The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center (Los Angeles, CA)

Vintage Movie Poster Auction @ The Promenade at Howard Hughes Center (Los Angeles, CA)

Blast from the past: My son Marcus birthday party at Zuma Beach, California and a movie visit to the Howard Hughes Bridge Center complex to see Star Wars children matinee in Los Angeles when my family lived in San Pedro, California. Before we moved to North Carolina. Two of the Bailey crew are Grad School and Junior university students. Marcus in now a 9th grade high school student in North Carolina. When folks say it's a California Pacific Hwy beach life. Yeah, it really is true. Hello…

Blast from the past: My son Marcus birthday party at Zuma Beach, California and a movie visit to the Howard Hughes Bridge Center complex to see Star Wars children matinee in Los Angeles when my family lived in San Pedro, California. Before we moved to North Carolina. Two of the Bailey crew are Grad School and Junior university students. Marcus in now a 9th grade high school student in North Carolina. When folks say it's a California Pacific Hwy beach life. Yeah, it really is true. Hello…

Blast from the past: My son Marcus birthday party at Zuma Beach, California and a movie visit to the Howard Hughes Bridge Center complex to see Star Wars children matinee in Los Angeles when my family lived in San Pedro, California. Before we moved to North Carolina. Two of the Bailey crew are Grad School and Junior university students. Marcus in now a 9th grade high school student in North Carolina. When folks say it's a California Pacific Hwy beach life. Yeah, it really is true. Hello…

Blast from the past: My son Marcus birthday party at Zuma Beach, California and a movie visit to the Howard Hughes Bridge Center complex to see Star Wars children matinee in Los Angeles when my family lived in San Pedro, California. Before we moved to North Carolina. Two of the Bailey crew are Grad School and Junior university students. Marcus in now a 9th grade high school student in North Carolina. When folks say it's a California Pacific Hwy beach life. Yeah, it really is true. Hello…

Want to catch a movie with a friend and get a bite to eat afterwards? The Howard Hughes Center is located right out of the back gates on Sepulveda and has places to eat such as Islands Burgers, Johnny Rockets, Kabuki Sushi, Starbucks, and many more! In addition they have Glow in the Dark Golf, Borders book store, and an AMAZING MOVIE THEATRE!

Want to catch a movie with a friend and get a bite to eat afterwards? The Howard Hughes Center is located right out of the back gates on Sepulveda and has places to eat such as Islands Burgers, Johnny Rockets, Kabuki Sushi, Starbucks, and many more! In addition they have Glow in the Dark Golf, Borders book store, and an AMAZING MOVIE THEATRE!

Open trap of aquatic carnivorous plant, humped bladderwort (Utricularia gibba). The floating plant digests microinvertebrates that are sucked into its trap a millisecond after they touch its trigger hairs (hair bases are seen in the center of the dome-shaped entrance).

Gaping Maw of Aquatic Killer Wins Micro-Photo Competition

Open trap of aquatic carnivorous plant, humped bladderwort (Utricularia gibba). The floating plant digests microinvertebrates that are sucked into its trap a millisecond after they touch its trigger hairs (hair bases are seen in the center of the dome-shaped entrance).

Not all of the remaining movie palaces in Los Angeles are clustered downtown on Broadway or in central/westside areas such as Hollywood and Santa Monica. The Leimert Theatre, built in 1931 (and opened in 1932) by a Howard Hughes-owned company, anchored the plaza and business district in Leimert Park, a white, middle-class bedroom community in burgeoning mid-20th century Los Angeles.  The theater stopped showing first-run films in 1968, and later, under new ownership, was renamed the Vision…

Not all of the remaining movie palaces in Los Angeles are clustered downtown on Broadway or in central/westside areas such as Hollywood and Santa Monica. The Leimert Theatre, built in 1931 (and opened in 1932) by a Howard Hughes-owned company, anchored the plaza and business district in Leimert Park, a white, middle-class bedroom community in burgeoning mid-20th century Los Angeles. The theater stopped showing first-run films in 1968, and later, under new ownership, was renamed the Vision…

Tour Howard Hughes' former Lake Tahoe Estate - Known as Summertide, this 5.5 acre estate offers 500 feet of lake frontage.

Tour Howard Hughes' former Lake Tahoe Estate - Known as Summertide, this 5.5 acre estate offers 500 feet of lake frontage.

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