“Forgotten Hollywood”- LAVA Sunday Salon Invitation…

Posted on June 24, 2010 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…LAVA logo

   On the last Sunday of each month, The L.A. Visionaries Association (LAVA) put on a meet-and-greet with local notables to discuss a variety of topics, usually pertaining to Hollywood. What a perfect opportunity for me to present Forgotten Hollywood Forgotten History (beginning at 1:15p this Sunday). As they put it, this conversational “Salon” is a casual day to chat and network with like-minded folks. It’s held on the 3rd floor at Clifton’s Cafeteria.Cliftons brook_int4_short

   I’ll be joining this group for an imformal day of fun and food on June 27th. The entire session begins at noon. Visionaries have previously discussed creative topics such as – vintage cosmetics.  This month’s 12:30pm presentation is a lively one – creating custom costumes from fabric scraps.

   LAVA is dedicated to the idea that Los Angeles is filled with fascinating stories and people. LAVA brings the most intriguing creative promoters, artists, and writers  in LA together , sharing their visions for making a better city. Lava framework_logo

   They conduct a variety of activities throughout the month including bus tours and historic walks around scenic parts of the city. For more information about their monthly Sunday Salon event or about the organization, please visit their website by following the link below:


Cliftons_logo_01   Clifton’s Cafeteria is a historic landmark, which has served millions of customers over the past 66 years. This is a perfect location for this type of meeting, and everyone is welcome to attend. Clifton’s Cafeteria is located at 648 S. Broadway, in the heart of Downtown, Los Angeles.

   If you would like to pick up my paperback, I’ll personally have them available to autograph for you at this weekend’s LAVA Sunday Salon.

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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