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Hollywood & Vine

At the risk of taxing your bandwidth, I’m gonna post another thousand words today. I still feel like one of the backpackers in Hostel after spending some time in that abandoned hospital, but I’m at work and drinking coffee, so I’m suffering from the illusion that I’m on the mend.

Here’s a photo I snapped on my lunch break last week. The gentrification of Hollywood does make for some interesting lines and perspectives (click “more” to see the photo):

Hollywood & Vine


  1. mom
    Posted April 27, 2006 at 1:09 pm | [link]

    Looks like everbody’s gonna have a balcony. How you feeling?

  2. Posted April 29, 2006 at 3:48 pm | [link]

    Cool photo.

  3. Bird
    Posted May 18, 2006 at 4:50 pm | [link]

    i don’t mean to come off as incredibly random, but doing a google image search, i ran across a photo of a curb with “john & exene” scratched in it. other than the “1116”, is it possible i can get the street name from you? i would like to take some photos of that.

    sorry for being completely off topic here, hope it is not a bother.


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  2. […] I’m just going to wash my hands of this situation and move on and now it’s weird…has the gentrification of Hollywood impacted your organization at all? Has it changed the focus? In a way it…I grew up over here […]

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