Vandalism and arson reported at historic Church of the Angels in Pasadena. http://bit.ly/2DbNrxe
A place to stay on Ventura Boulevard: Mary Mallory looks at Studio City's motor courts. http://bit.ly/2AFSxg3
Quiz: Of the five African American players in the 1947 #RoseBowl (4 w/ Illinois, 1 w/ UCLA), who became the first black player to score a touchdown in the history of that game? (No fair Googling). Check tomorrow for the answer.
In 2018, we'll be looking at Black Los Angeles, 1947, through the pages of the Los Angeles Sentinel. http://bit.ly/2CnDgD4
The infamous Scotty Bowers is the subject of a (cough, cough) 'documentary' to be shown at the Toronto Film Festival. http://bit.ly/2f9wWEK
Mary Mallory takes a look at Rube Goldberg's comic strip "I'm the Guy." http://bit.ly/2syNWgl
Monday's mystery movie guest: http://bit.ly/2riTefh
Mary Mallory profiles the Los Angeles Tennis Club. http://bit.ly/2rih9vq
Mary Mallory profiles the Equitable Building, at Hollywood and Vine. http://bit.ly/2q3kFJA
Mary Mallory has a salute to Black-Foxe Military Institute. http://bit.ly/2qjUTPX
For Monday we have a mystery gent. http://bit.ly/2qi0ZB8 Please post your answers on the blog, not here.
Mary Mallory profiles Spec O'Donnell, famed freckled boy of silent films. http://bit.ly/2pTWCuJ