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SEPTEMBER 15, 2019 • 2:00
LOS ANGELES, CA

HOLIDAY JUBILEE BOOK LAUNCH PARTY
Book Signing Event at Wacko

Wacko
4633 Hollywood Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90027


Join pop culture humorist and author Charles Phoenix for the launch of his latest coffee table book, HOLIDAY JUBILEE, celebrating the holidays like never before. AT WACKO – World’s Greatest Pop-culture Emporium MUSICAL STYLINGS by…Read More


 

 

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PALM SPRINGS, CA

CHARLES PHOENIX: PALM SPRINGS BUS TOUR
Presented by Modernism Week

HK3 Design,
501 S. Palm Canyon Drive,
Palm Springs, CA 92264


Retro pop culture humorist and Holiday Jubilee author, Charles Phoenix leads a spirited adventure atop a double-decker, open-air bus highlighting exterior views of spectacular mid-century modern homes and estates, commercial and civic buildings, and other…Read More


 

SLIDE OF THE WEEK

Greatest Rose Float!

With the exception of the Tiki-themed rose float I will have the honor and joy of riding on January 2nd, in the 123rd annual Tournament of Roses Parade, this big giant piece of cherry pie has got to be my favorite rose float of all time!

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SLIDE OF THE WEEK

Slide of a Slide Show

A multi-generational crowd is gathered 'round the heavily-grained, honey stained woodwork in Aunt Myrtle's living room. Framed photos and fresh flowers add to the ambiance. Everyone's eyes are fixed on the screen except the little boy and grandma, who's dozing off. A baby doll sits in grandpa's lap. Many wear glasses. Everyone is well dressed. The man in the middle sporting the snappy white shirt and smart polka-dot tie is the projectionist. He is sliding the slides, one at a time, through the projector. Little did any of them know that they would wind up pictured in a book!

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SLIDE OF THE WEEK

Hot Dog Show

In my hometown of Ontario, five years ago when I was running around out there looking for images to include in my first book, Cruising the Pomona Valley 1930 thru 1970, I ran across this amazing slide. I got it from the owner of the Hot Dog Show, Norma Jones. I wonder if she ever noticed that those red and white striped curtains look more like a rather large person squatting -therefore making those hot dogs with angel wings and halos very unappetizing.

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