Yesterday i had the pleasure of meeting the owners Ruth and Marc... and enjoying the most Delicious Fruit Crepe!!! OMFG! it was awesome. their new Restaurant "Crepes Sans Frontieres"is part of the All new DOWNTOWN LA... they are located in the Historical ARCADE BUILDING...
I took the RED LINE and hopped off at he PERSHING SQ Exits.. and walked a half block.. Im planning on moving downtown..and places like this..are giving me reason too!!!>
Here's first glimpse of Phil Spector, a new HBO film about the sensational murder trials written and directed by David Mamet, the question of the record producer's guilt in the firearm death of Clarkson, a B-movie actress working as a House of Blues hostess, is a ball that gets tossed repeatedly into the air.
Starring as Spector is Al Pacino, who sinks his incisors into the meaty role of the eccentric architect of the legendary "Wall of Sound," playing him like a wild-eyed, cornered raccoon. Hellen Mirren plays his attorney
Minnie Driver, Actress, turns 43 Matt Damon & John Cusack used to schtupp her.
Anthony LaPaglia, Actor ("Without a Trace"), turns 54 he's the guy HBO originally wanted for Tony Soprano.sucks
Johnny Rotten, Rock singer (The Sex Pistols), turns 57
HARRY CASEY - KC, Singer, musician (KC and the Sunshine Band), turns 62
92 Carol Channing Show biz legendHer current career goal? Outlive Betty White.)
76 Philip Glass Composer
75 Bobby Moynihan 73 Stuart Margolin Actor
72 Richard Gephardt Former House minority leader
72 Jessica Walter Actress
69 Charlie Musselwhite Blues singer, musician Suzanne Pleshette - Would have been 76 - (1937 - 2008) ("The Bob Newhart Show". In 2001, she married Tom Poston who WAS Cliff Murdock on "The Bob Newhart Show" with her. He passed away in April of 2007.)
Norman Mailer - Would have been 90 (1923 - 2007) (Great American novelist.)
Jackie Robinson - (1919 - 1972) (Hero.)
in 1747 - The FIRST VENEREAL DISEASE CLINIC opened at London Lock Hospital.
1865 - Congress passed the13th Amendment, ABOLISHING SLAVERY in America. It was finally ratified in December of 1865
1940 - The first SOCIAL SECURITY CHECK was issued to one IDA MAY FULLER in Vermont. The check was for $22.54. REpublicans are still pissed about it
1949 The first TV daytime soap opera, "These Are My Children," was broadcast by the NBC station in Chicago.
1950 President Harry S. Truman announced that he had ordered development of the hydrogen bomb.
1958 The United States entered the Space Age with its first successful launch of a satellite into orbit, Explorer I.
1971 Astronauts Alan B. Shepard Jr., Edgar D. Mitchell and Stuart A. Roosa blasted off aboard Apollo 14 on the third successful manned mission to the moon.
1989 - LA TOYA JACKSON posed nude for the March issue of "PLAYBOY". Many young horny boys in the midwest went blind.
1990 McDonald's Corp. opened its first fast-food restaurant in Moscow.
2000 An Alaska Airlines jet plunged into the ocean off Southern California on a flight from Mexico to San Francisco, killing all 88 people on board.
2006 The Senate approved Ben Bernanke as chairman of the Federal Reserve
2001 A Scottish court sitting in the Netherlands convicted one Libyan and acquitted a second in the 1988 bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
2006 Coretta Scott King, the widow of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., died at age 78.
2006 Samuel Alito was confirmed by the Senate and sworn in as a Supreme Court justice.
When Revolution returns in late March, the first episode will "pick up exactly where we leave off," Executive producer Eric Kripke hinted, adding that giving Sebastian Monroe (David Lyons) "power was about giving him an unstoppable force that your heroes are outmanned and overwhelmed as they battle against him." "We start to deliver officially on the promise of the title and the revolution begins," Kripke teased. "Can this family ... stick together in the face of these overwhelming odds and overwhelming dangers? Can you maintain your soul when you're a warrior?"
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