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https://rssgtd.files.wordpress.com/2017/05/yces119.mp3 Download Podcast Episode! Join us this month for an episode dedicated to Llano del Rio, the socialist cooperative experiment that hosted its final May Day celebrations in the Antelope Valley one hundred years ago this month. Our guests are historian Paul Greenstein & artist-archivist Karyl ...…
 
https://rssgtd.files.wordpress.com/2017/04/yces-118.mp3 Download Podcast Episode! Join us this month as we talk with preservationist Steve Luftman about his efforts to save Kurt Meyer’s Lytton Savings, a mid-century landmark threatened with demolition because it sits on the land where Frank Gehry hopes to build a huge mixed use development. We’ ...…
 
Welcome to the Million Dollar Melody Hotel! Find photos and links relating to the April 2017 show, From New York to LA! I explore the post-modern, retro-futuristic Westin Bonaventure Hotel, in Downtown, Los Angeles, Mary Pickford is my Queen of the Week and Martin Scorsese's New York, New York is Movie Musical of the Month. Yes it's all gone 19 ...…
 
https://rssgtd.files.wordpress.com/2017/03/yces-117.mp3 Download Podcast Episode! Join us as we go deep inside master architect Paul R. Williams’ SeaView tract home development in Rancho Palos Verdes, as architect and historian Alan Hess and resident-historians Price Morgan & Larry Paul share insights into the tract’s development and style, top ...…
 
Aaron Green’s Anderson Residence in Palos Verdes Listen to Episode #116! https://rssgtd.files.wordpress.com/2017/02/yces-116.mp3 Download Podcast Episode! And we’re back from hiatus! Join us this month as Alan Hess, architect and architectural historian, walks us through his Palos Verdes Art Center exhibition on Aaron G. Green’s mid-century mod ...…
 
Kim Cooper knows L.A. history like it's an old friend. I've been an Angeleno for over ten years, but Kim Cooper is a big part of why I fell in love with the place. Together with her husband, Richard Schave, Kim runs Esotouric, the best thing ever to happen to Los Angeles history. From crime sprees to mobsters to cults, these two know all the de ...…
 
Episode one: Downtown LA and its unwritten history: Our guest is Kim Cooper. Kim edited Scram magazine in the early 90s up to the mid 2000s and co-edited the anthologies Bubblegum Music is the Naked Truth and Lost in the Grooves. Nowadays, Kim leads tours of Los Angeles, along with her husband, Richard, with Esotouric – described as bus adventu ...…
 
Join us this week as we visit with Steve Lech, historian and docent with the Mission Inn Foundation, to learn about that hotel’s rich history, which dates back more than a century. We’ll also talk with Erin Gettis, Principal Planner and City Historic Preservation Officer for the City of Riverside, about Riverside’s great mid-century modern arch ...…
 
Hymn of Thelema | Alchemy in New England 1 | Via Vitae | LT: Creativity & Magick | Death Comes KnockingIn this program:Intro music: Song of Adoration by Frater OzMusical Interlude: "Hymn of Thelema" by One Three One featuring Sr. Fieri Facias"Alchemy in Colonial New England" by Greg KaminskyMusical Interlude: "Via Vitae, verses 1 & 2" by Eleusy ...…
 
Most people never have an opportunity to get close to their heros. Either they’re doing the job of being the hero you love or they’ve escaped the bounds of human existence, giving their hero status the wings necessary to carry their legacy beyond the grave. Meeting Linda King is the closest I’ll ever get to meeting Charles Bukowski. It’s with g ...…
 
Tune in to Episode 21 of the Esotouric podcast as we talk with Peggy Ronning, curator of the Antelope Valley Indian Museum, about the museum’s fascinating origins as a Hollywood set decorator’s fantasy getaway, his controversial collecting methods, and how the State Parks Service is bringing the building and collection into the 21st century. We ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Twenty of the Esotouric podcast as we talk with Phyllis Comstock about Tomo-Kahni near Tehachapi, the historic winter home of the Kawaiisu tribe and one of the most remarkable parks in the California State Park system. We’ll also visit with artist Jori Johnson to discuss the “Sacred Streets” installation on downtown’s Skid Ro ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Nineteen of the Esotouric podcast as we talk with Dave Peters, Professor of Political Science at Biola University and board member the of La Mirada Historical Preservation Advisory Council, for the story of the school’s rich history, from its roots a hundred years ago in downtown Los Angeles to its present home in the foothil ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Eighteen of the Esotouric podcast as we sit down with two artists about their site-specific artwork in downtown Los Angeles’ Arts District. Photographer Irving Greines has spent the past ten years documenting the layers and transformations of the poster-covered east wall of the American Hotel. And Carlton Davis was the curato ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Seventeen of the Esotouric podcast as we visit with John Maljevic, manager of nightclubs in West Hollywood’s wild and golden age. We’ll also talk with Mickey Gallivan, Executive Director of the Historical Society of Pomona Valley, about the architectural gems in her organization’s care. All this, plus cultural musings on the ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Sixteen of the Esotouric podcast as we sit down with historian Marc Chevalier to debunk myths about the Oviatt Building and its influence on the American Art Deco style. We’ll also talk with Professor Don Johnson of Cal State L.A.‘s Criminalistics Department, for a guided tour of his apprenticeships in mortuary and forensic s ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Fifteen of the Esotouric podcast as we talk with Jenny Watts, curator of photographs at the Huntington Library, about the accession and digitization of 70,000 negatives from the archives of Southern California Edison, documenting electricity in the southland from the late 19th century through the 1960s. We also sit down with ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Thirteen of the Esotouric podcast as we talk with filmmaker Alina Skrzeszewska about her work capturing a vanishing neighborhood in downtown Los Angeles’ Skid Row. Well also visit with the much beloved Ruth Ann Dome, dispatcher for the bus company we work with, and learn about her competing passions for fast cars and well-tra ...…
 
Join us as we talk, yet again, with Julie Rivett, Dashiell Hammett’s granddaughter, about the Flintcraft Parable in the “Maltese Falcon,” a piercing mediation on the sublime and the banal which co-exist at the core of human nature. We’ll also visit with Kevin Bash, architectural historian and council member for the City of Norco, about the rise ...…
 
Tune in to Episode Nine of the Esotouric podcast as we talk with Dan Fante, poet, playwright, and novelist about Los Angeles, the creative process, fathers and sons and his new memoir. We’ll also talk with Julie Rivett, grand daughter of Dashiell Hammett, about her grandfather’s literary legacy, his years with Lillian Hellman and leisurely lunc ...…
 
Discovering John Fante is like tasting garlic for the first time. He is a quintessential Los Angeles writer. H.L. Mencken, John Steinbeck, Charles Bukowski, Robert Towne and Francis Ford Coppola number among the many fans who swear by Fante, who might have turned 100 this year. A panel of fans and scholars -- including Fante biographer Stephen ...…
 
Discovering John Fante is like tasting garlic for the first time. He is a quintessential Los Angeles writer. H.L. Mencken, John Steinbeck, Charles Bukowski, Robert Towne and Francis Ford Coppola number among the many fans who swear by Fante, who might have turned 100 this year. A panel of fans and scholars -- including Fante biographer Stephen ...…
 
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