“Forgotten Hollywood”- National Cable Radio Interview Today!

April 5th, 2010

Manny P. here…CRNOneSheet-PMShow2

   I will be back on the radio today at 4pm (PST)  on the CRN Digital Talk. It’s The PM Show, hosted by my good friend – Mike Horn. There are several choices on the website, so there will be plenty of opportunities for you to hear the program. Here is their schedule: (the link below)

CRN #1 4pm (live) / 8pm (recorded)

CRN #4 9pm (recorded)


   In addition to working in Southern California radio for four decades (including KRLA 11-10AM), Mike Horn is the President and CEO of the CRN Digital Talk. He’s also a member of the Pacific Pioneer Broadcasters.

   I am thrilled to join Mike today on his weekday show to discuss Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History. The 9pm show will simulcast on KSPA 1510AM, Ontario, CA.

   Here is the link to Mike Horn’s blog site to see what he has written about today’s show…


   Also, a big THANK YOU to Gary Lycan of the O.C. Register and Don Barrett of L.A. Radio.com for promoting my interview today. It’s much appreciated!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

“Forgotten Hollywood”- Happy Easter to All…

April 4th, 2010

Manny P. here…

   Have a joyous Easter with your friends and family. Please remember its holy meaning and yummy traditions. If you celebrate Passover, also enjoy your given holiday.


   If you’re looking for something to do after visiting your place of worship and your favorite restaurant… Keep in mind Border’s will be open till 7pm today! My book Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History is in most of the chain’s Southern California bookstores.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

“Forgotten Hollywood”- Costco / Chevaliers: Trip to Bountiful!

April 3rd, 2010

Manny P. here…

   We had such an enjoyable time at Costco in March, I’ve been invited back to sign more books! Costco Burbank will be hosting the event on Sunday, April 11th from noon to 4pm. They are located at 1051 W. Burbank Blvd. (just off the 5 freeway).

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   Of course, this compliments my visit to Chevaliers Bookstore at 126 N. Larchmont in Los Angeles (I believe my dad confirmed this as the Hancock Park area). I’m visiting this cherished location the following Sunday, April 18th from 1p-3p. It’s really a quaint shopping and restaurant area.

   I hope to meet you at one of these upcoming April events!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

“Forgotten Hollywood”- Let’s Save the Hollywood Sign!

April 2nd, 2010

Manny P. here…

   Turner Classic MoviesHollywood Chamber of Commerce, and Los Angeles residents are working in conjunction to preserve and purchase 138 acres of Cahuenga Peak, the land adjacent to the famous Hollywood Sign. According to Hollywoodsign.org

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The Hollywood Sign Trust fully supports the campaign to raise $12.5 million. This will protect the landmark view of “The Sign” for future generations to enjoy.

The campaign is directed by The Trust for Public Land, which must raise these funds by April 14, 2010 to prevent the land being developed into sprawling luxury estates.

The Hollywood Sign Trust has given its permission for “The Sign” to be temporarily covered by a banner reading Save The Peak in support of fundraising efforts. The installation, maintenance, and removal of the temporary banner will be closely monitored by authorities to ensure that no harm comes to “The Sign” in any way.

Please consider making a tax-deductible donation today to help this important campaign complete its goal. Any amount, whether large or small, will be greatly appreciated.

If need additional information, contact:
Betsy Isroelit


   As author of Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History, I urge readers and friends to make a donation!

Until next time>                               “never forget”