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RSVP to THURSDAYS @ THE GLOBE, May 24th, noon
Thursday, May 24, 2012 from 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM (PDT)
Los Angeles, CA
The May 24th edition of Thursdays @ The Globe will feature a three-person talk fest by Times staffers Jessica Gelt, Julie Makinen and Larry Harnisch. Jessica and Julie will be on-hand to talk the eats, the arts and the warts of living in the new Downtown. Julie lives across from Pershing Square, Jessica is in Echo Park, and both spend lots of time in the rejuvenated central core where it's exciting and ever-changing. Come trade info and talk tips in an intimate setting surrounded by an Art Deco masterpiece.
And because we like the seamy side of our city, L.A. historian Larry Harnisch, known as an expert on the still-unsolved Black Dahlia case, might tell you what noir secrets could be hidden in the building where you now live.
Say again, William Hickman, who in 1927 called himself the Fox and who took little Marian to her sad demise lived where?
It's up close and personal with free rsvps on a first-come basis. Please join us at our landmark building in downtown L.A. for these intimate lunchtime discussions and mini-tours (following the talk) of the historic Globe Lobby. Walk in, or park for free.
Thursdays @ The Globe will feature Times reporters, columnists, editors and executives during these one-hour sessions, offering an opportunity for readers to interact with Steve Lopez, Geoff Boucher, “Team Bell” Pulitzer-prize winners Jeff Gottlieb & Ruben Vives, Russ Parsons, or Times Test Kitchen Director Noelle Carter offering food displays and recipe tips.
Or “Thursdays” may feature a staffer from The Envelope during Oscar madness, Hoy and Times Community News representatives or a meet & greet with one of The Times popular photojournalists.
Photography and discussion are encouraged.
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