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Hollywood Boulevard is famous for its historic movie theaters. There’s the Chinese Theatre, The Egyptian, and El Capitan.

Veterans bring Hollywood sizzle to Legion Post

Hollywood Boulevard is famous for its historic movie theaters. There’s the Chinese Theatre, The Egyptian, and El Capitan.

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For nearly a century, American Legion Post 43 has been open to a select group of people: military veterans and their families.

Veterans bring Hollywood sizzle to Legion Post

For nearly a century, American Legion Post 43 has been open to a select group of people: military veterans and their families.

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Andy Warhol co-founded Interview magazine in late 1969 as a “clever way to receive invitations to screenings and meet celebrities in society and entertainment,” writes art director…

Photographer Matthew Rolston recalls Interview Magazine’s heyday

Andy Warhol co-founded Interview magazine in late 1969 as a “clever way to receive invitations to screenings and meet celebrities in society and entertainment,” writes art director…

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