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Each Year About This Time, The Entire Town Is Ablaze And Abuzz With 1000s Of Modders Gathered From Far And Wide To Live And Love Mid-Century Modernism More Than They Ever Have Before

Palm Springs Modernism Week is almost here !!! ... It's the moddest time of the year in the moddest place on the planet.

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Downtown Los Angelesland Just Got A New “land.”

On the outside, Broadland is a sensibly sized structure that inspires thoughts of grated cheese, mainly because it looks like what would happen if a building and a cheese grater had a baby.

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As Long As I Can Remember Christmas Trees, I Can Remember Flocked Christmas Trees.

Long an admirer of the rare art of Christmas tree flocking, I unexpectedly happened upon a “flock lot,” (what I call Christmas tree lots that offer flocking,) at the corner of Crenshaw and Imperial in Los Angeles.

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We Found Santa In An Unexpected Place.

Went to Knott’s Merry Farm recently to enjoy a fried chicken dinner and a ghost town all decked out for the holidays. As my friends and I scampered in and out of the shops, saloon and general store, we happened by the place to meet and greet Santa. Without skipping a beat I said, “Let's go say hi to Santa!”

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SLIDE OF THE WEEK

Sleeping Beauty’s Castle is slightly double exposed on the House of the Future. Its medieval meets mid-century! Medievalism and modernism have never been so close. For a mere, but marvelous ten years, between 1957 and 1967, Disneyland’s legendary all-plastic House of the Future was just outside of Tomorrowland, perched on a pedestal, steps from the castle. They both represent fairy tales – one speaks of the future and the other of the past.

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