Bobby Green

co-founder of The 1933 Group

co-founder of The 1933 Group

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If you’ve ever seen the movie   L.A Confidential  , then you’d be familiar with a certain classic noir 1940s-style streetcar that served as a Chinese restaurant, seamlessly packed with…

Bringing back Formosa Cafe, a beloved Hollywood night spot

If you’ve ever seen the movie L.A Confidential , then you’d be familiar with a certain classic noir 1940s-style streetcar that served as a Chinese restaurant, seamlessly packed with…

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