This Saturday at 3:00pm, Hennessey + Ingalls Art and Architecture Bookstore will host the esteemed Frances Anderton, and me, talking Bunker Hill. Frances Anderton, I don’t have to tell you, is the real deal. And author of Grand Illusion. Register for the event here.
On Saturday, November 14, I’ll be showing slides and talking Bunker Hill for the good folk of the Society of Architectural Historians, Southern California Chapter: Details about attending may be had here.
You may read the article in its entirety by turning to page nine of this issue. One thing, though. I most assuredly did not say I hung around “Grand Central Library.”
TOMORROW! Yes, tomorrow, Sunday 18 October at 3:00pm, an online virtual event, AKA an hour of slides of cool stuff you likely haven’t seen before, so come check it out: The Lost Legacy of Art Deco and Modern Architecture on Bunker Hill The architectural landscape of old Bunker Hill, before being bulldozed in the 1960sContinue reading “ONLINE LECTURE—Art Deco and Modern Bunker Hill”
That is correct. Vroman‘s—Southern California’s oldest and largest independent bookstore—is having an event: Next Monday, October 5th. You may register for said event by clicking here. I’ll be Powerpointing my way through lots of cool slides, taking questions, throwing glitter, the works. See you there!
The Great Book Launch of 2020 is upon us! Now normally we’d all be somewhere with wine and cheese, but this time you have to consume your own wine and cheese. (But hey, at least you get to be in your jammies.) It’s free! Watch me pontificate on Powerpoint! Ask me questions! Drink all theContinue reading “Tonight’s the Night!”
Chris Nichols wrote a nice piece about us today in Los Angeles Magazine: …and we could not be more thrilled. Take a look at it here. What you’ll notice, too, are the images within the article. They are a representative sampling of shots you’ll find inside the book. Most you’ve never seen before; no-one has.Continue reading “BHLA in Los Angeles Magazine”
This morning we went live on KPCC’s AirTalk with the great Larry Mantle. Hear it for yourself!
Now, normally, a book launch involves us all getting together, and there’s wine, and cheese, perhaps some dancing; maybe some fisticuffs, as y’all had too much wine; there’s a load of vintage cars parked out front, and uh-oh that guy showed up, and it ends with at least a few people hooking up. But weContinue reading “The Big Book Launch!”