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AUGUST 5, 2018 • 11am-2
LOS ANGELES, CA

ADDICTED TO AMERICANA BOOK SIGNING AT WALT’S BARN
FREE EVENT at Griffith Park

Walt Disney's Carolwood Barn
5202 Zoo Dr.
Los Angeles, CA


Join Charles Phoenix for an Addicted to Americana Book signing at Walt Disney's Carolwood Barn, in Griffith Park. The museum is dedicated to Walt's love of trains and model railroading. The exhibits chronicle how trains…Read More


 

 

CHARLES PHOENIX AT TIKI OASIS
Live Comedy Slide Show Performance Celebrating Classic & Kitschy American Life & Style!

Crown Plaza San Diego
2270 Hotel Circle North
San Diego, California 92108


Be prepared for your national pride to swell when Ambassador of Americana, Charles Phoenix, supercharges the classic living room slide show into a laugh-out-loud celebration of spectacular mid-century space age style, car culture, road trips,…Read More


 

 

ESCAPE TO TIKI ISLAND!
One Night – Three Acts: Live Exotica Music & Charles Phoenix Alohaland, Tikiayki Orchestra, and The Hula Girls ... presented by Stellar Shows

Yost Theater
307 N Spurgeon St.
Santa Ana, CA


Prepare to swept away by a typhoon of tiki sounds an style on this very special one night only experience of island style tunes, vintage Hawaiiana, and dancing girls at the historic Yost Theater in…Read More


 

SLIDE OF THE WEEK

Tupperware Factory

Last Saturday I had the distinguished and royal honor of meeting the King and Queen of all Tupperware collectors, Bob and Marilyn Wilson at the Cooper Museum in Upland, California where their enormous collection is now on display. There are also many pieces for sale! That is what inspired this week's SLIDE OF THE WEEK: TUPPERWARE FACTORY, MEXICO, 1967. (I'm still waiting to find a vintage slide of a Tupperware Party!) Anyway, I stumbled drunk with pleasure through the historic Tupperware display as the compulsive obsessive collectors gave me a gleeful piece-by-piece guided tour. I had no idea that in the 50s they made Tupperware cigarette cases and poker chips. Of course my spirit soared. There were so many pieces that I recognized from my childhood.

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