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Los Angeles’s Wiltern Theatre: A History

On March 5, I profiled the historic Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles thru film and photography. This is the 2nd of 3 shows focusing on the art deco architecture and history Wilshire Blvd & Western Ave. In this show I merge historic images of the theatre as well as details about the beginnings and survival […]

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At Wilshire Blvd & Western Ave-An Architectural Profile of The Wiltern Theatre

On March 5, I profiled the historic Wiltern Theatre in Los Angeles thru film and photography. This is the 1st of 3 shows focusing on the art deco architecture and history Wilshire Blvd & Western Ave. Be sure to check out Show 2 which focuses on the history of the theatre.

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Justice – San Diego Style- Architecture of The Legal Community & It’s Fun to Stay at the YMCA

Today on Explorin’ with George , join George on a walk down Broadway from First Avenue to India Street in Downtown San Diego. In this – the 3rd of 8 shows in the Walkin’ Broadway series, George films the interesting street life, the architecture of the Legal Community on Broadway, businesses, hotels, road and bus […]

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5 Historic Landmarks- San Diego’s Architectural Heritage on Broadway

Today on Explorin’ with George , join George on a walk down Broadway in Downtown San Diego. In this episode-George films the interesting street life, history, the amazing architecture of 625 Broadway, The US Grant Hotel and The Spreckels Theatre, businesses, hotels, road and bus traffic, skyscrapers, and birds along San Diego’s historic Broadway on […]

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Trolleys at City College Station,Pigeons of Broadway-An Interesting Cocktail Lounge, Park to 7thAve

Today on Explorin’ with George , join George on a walk down Broadway towards Downtown San Diego. In this – the 1st of 8 shows, George films the interesting street life, history, architecture, businesses, hotels, road, trolley, and bus traffic, skyscrapers, nature, billboards, and murals along San Diego’s historic Broadway on Sunday morning, February 21, […]

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JAX 89 Jacksonville in 1989-The Christmas it Snowed, Toll Booths Come Down, Dames Point Bridge Opens

George Farrar presents JAX 89-Jacksonville as it was in the Year 1989. In 1989, it snowed, the toll booths came down, The Dames Point Bridge and The Jacksonville Skyway opened, and a new skyscraper for Barnett Bank was announced. George also talks about growing up in Jacksonville then. Enjoy all of our shows at theleftturnnetwork.com

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