I just added a new page about the filming locations of the 2013 Anthony Hopkins film, "Hitchcock". Click here to see where it was shot.
It's been a long time since I updated my page about the Paramount Studio Tour, so I finally got around to taking the tour again. Click here to read my revised review of the tour (with a lot of great new photos shot on the Paramount lot).
I've just added 2 new pages of filming locations for the new Netflix horror series, "Hemlock Grove". Click here to see where it's shot.
The new schedule for the 2013 "Last Remaining Seats" program has been announced. Read about it here.
The winners of the Academy Awards (the Oscars) were announced. Here is a list of the Oscar winners (and nominees).
I just added seven pages (yes seven!) of filming locations from the 2011 sci-fi movie, "In Time". Click here to see them.
The Grammy Awards have been given out. Click here to read the list of winners & nominees.
It's hard to find filming locations for the Star Trek TV series, since most of the locations are extraterrestrial. But one two-part episode of
"Star Trek:Voyager" (involving time travel) was filmed at familiar locations all over Los Angeles. So I decided to do a couple of pages about it.
The Screen Actors Guild (SAG) Awards have been presented. Read the winners' names here.
Matthew Perry fans take note: I just added the filming locations of his new sitcom, "Go On". Click here to see them.
Way back in the 2nd season of "Dexter", there was a scene in the final episode where Lila escaped to Paris. A French fan just sent me photos of the Paris locations where that scene was filmed, so I did a new page about it. (Better late than never.) See it here.
I just added a page of filming locations for the ABC Family hit show "Bunheads". Click here to find out where it's filmed.
And I added a new page about the filming locations of the quirky 2012 romantic comedy, "Ruby Sparks". You can find it here.
The Golden Globes were given away recently. Read the winners' names here.
The Academy Award nominations have been announced. See the full list of Oscar nominees here.
The PaleyFest (Television Festival) has announced this year's line-up of cast gatherings. You can see the list and dates here.
The People's Choice Awards were given out - Click here to see the names of the winners & nominees.
I added a few new filming locations to my TV Filming Locations pages. Which shows? You'll find them here.
The 7th season of "Dexter" is finished, and I now have new pages for every filming location of the 7th season. Click here to see them.
Awards season is in full swing, and the nominees for the Golden Globe Awards have been announced. See the list of nominees here.
The SAG Award nominees have also been announced. See the list here.
The Grammy Award nominations were announced. See a list of the key Grammy nominees here.
The Emmy Awards were given out recently. Click here to read the list of the key winners' & nominations.
After more than a decade, I finally went back to visit the Hollywood Wax Museum. I had been told that they had improved the place (something they desperately needed to do, especially now that they are competing directly with Madame Tussaud's). So I had to find out for myself.. The verdict? Read my new review of the museum here (with lots of photos).
I've been neglecting the section of my site devoted to the locations of the final resting places of the stars. So today I added a few more to that section. I shot photos of Peter Falk's grave and added him to my page about Westwood Memorial Park. And I added several new locations to my pages about Hollywood Forever, including photos of the graves of "Golden Girls" Estelle Getty, bandleader Woody Herman, and 'Toto' (Dorothy's little dog from the "Wizard of Oz").
I also added photos (from Ron) of the graves of Tom Bosley (from "Happy Days") and fitness guru Jack LaLane, at Forest Lawn Hollywood.
The Academy Awards have been announced. Click here to read the full list of Oscar winners' names.
They've announced the names of the star-filled casts of the shows who will appear at this year's PaleyFest television festival.
The Academy Award nominations have been announced. Click here to read the list of Oscar nominees.
Ever wonder where that apartment building really is in the new sitcom "New Girl"? Click here to find out.
Would you like to watch the red carpet arrivals at the Academy Awards, in person? Well, now's your chance! Click here to see how to enter for a chance to win free tickets to the bleacher seats at the 2012 Academy Awards. (It's only open for one week!)
I added FOUR new "True Blood" filming locations from the new Season 4: the witches' coven at the Moongoddess Emporium, Hoyt & Jessica's house, The Punk Club and The Fairy Battle. Click here to see them.
They just announced the celebs who will be receiving stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2012.
I happened to watch the first few episodes of "Dexter" again, and realized there were a few filming locations from that first season that I hadn't found. So I found them. Eight new Dexter locations. (Look for the "New!" on this 1st season menu.)
I found a couple of new TV filming locations in the 2011 season finales...
The Oscars (the Academy Awards) were given away. Click here to see the full list of Oscar nominees and winners.
The winners of the Peoples Choice Awards were announced. Click here to read the names of the winners & nominees.
Dexter fans: I finally finished putting up all of the new Season Five filming locations pages. Click here to see the new 5th Season section. (That link will take you to the "By Episode" menu. If you prefer to see the locations sorted by city or by type, just choose these links..)
Do you want to go to the Oscars? Yes, the Academy Awards. They will soon be giving away 700 free tickets to the bleacher seats on the red carpet at the Kodak Theatre on Oscar Night. They will hold a free drawing to see who gets them. And you only have one week in which to enter for the drawing, starting September 13. If you want them, here's how to get them.
The names of the celebs chosen to get new stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame were announced. Click here to see if your favorite star made the list.
I don't normally list filming locations outside of Southern California, but I got curious about where the new ABC TV series "Happy Town" was filmed... The end result? I just added two new pages on the filming locations of "Happy Town". Click here to see them.
Venice High has finally replaced the statue of actress Myrna Loy that was damaged & removed a decade ago. (And they've done a fine job.) Click here to see photos I just shot of the new statue.
Speaking of car races, the names of the drivers for the annual Long Beach Grand Prix celebrity race have been announced, and it's a good line-up this year. Click here to see who will be driving those race cars.
fans take note! I
finished my new 4th Season "Dexter"
filming locations pages. (I wrapped it up several months
earlier than in previous seasons.) There are 51 new locations
in all, ranging from Dexter's new house to the escape route taken by
The Awards Season is upon us:
There's a brand new kid on the block at Hollywood & Highland, with a lot of big-name stars: Madame Tussauds wax museum. I just returned from my first visit there, and you can read my review of the place (and see a lot of photos I shot) by clicking here.
I just added a new collection of filming locations for the hit HBO vampire show, "True Blood". Although the show is set in Louisiana, most of it is shot in L.A., and I've listed a number of L.A. locations (in case you want to do your own little "True Blood" tour, or if you're just curious. (I'll be adding a few actual Louisiana locations later.) To see the new "True Blood" pages, click here.
Wonder where you can find the used car lot featured in the new Jeremy Piven comedy "The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard"? I just added its address and a map link to my 2009 locations page. Click here to see it.
I have finally wrapped up my collection of "Dexter" filming locations (at least until the next season begins). With some assistance, I was able to track down almost all of the remaining tricky locations that had been evading me, and I've added at least two dozen new locations (to both the second & third seasons) in the last few weeks. Click here to check it out.
Hoffman thriller, "Marathon
Man" was set in New York, so you wouldn't expect to find L.A.
filming locations for the movie. But here
they are. (One of them happens to be a recurring location on
TV locations pages to include the locations of the new "90210"
"Scrubs", "Two & a Half Men",
etc. Click here to check it out.
2) "Dexter" filming
locations are finally up! Over 40 new locations where "Dexter"
shot, including photos, addresses, maps and aerial photos. (And, of
course, the first season locations are still available, as well.)
Click here to see the new "Dexter"
The Emmy Awards have been given out. Click here to read the list of Emmy winners & nominees.
Here's yet another new "Dexter" filming location, courtesy of a fan from the Netherlands
I also just added a new page a new celebrity-owned restaurant: Eva Longoria's "Beso". The available info is a little sketchy right now... but I will add more as it comes in. To take a look, just click here.
Fans of "The O.C." can cross one more unfound filming location off the list. Thanks to a tip from a fan, I just added a new page about the filming location of Charlotte's Lake Arrowhead cabin (which isn't really in Lake Arrowhead, by the way.) Click here to see it.
I just finished a major update to my pages about Forest Lawn Hollywood Hills. I updated most of the maps, shot new photos, revised all of the pages (there are now seven pages), and added many new stars' graves, including those of John Ritter, Sandra Dee, Lou Rawls, Rod Steiger, Isabel Sanford, Leo Durocher, Jack Soo, Bert Convy and more. Click here to take a look. (I also added much more detailed maps of the park, four in all, starting here.)
I just finished a new mini-site on the filming locations of "Dexter", listing over 50 actual locations where the hit TV series was filmed (both in Southern California and Miami), including maps, addresses & photos. Although "Dexter" was originally available only to Showtime subscribers, the CBS network will broadcast the first season on "Dexter" (edited, no doubt) on Sunday nights, beginning in mid-February, where it will reach a much wider audience. Click here to see where it was filmed. [ Be warned that, due to the gruesome nature of the series, some of the photos from "Dexter" may be disturbing. ]
I just added two pages of filming locations for the hit 2007 comedy "Superbad". Click here to find out where it the movie was shot.
I just added a photo of Merv Griffin's grave. Click here to see it.
The Awards Season is upon us:
I updated my pages on the Hollywood Forever cemetery, adding new photos of the graves three TV stars: Don Adams ("Get Smart"), Darren McGavin ("Kolchak: The Night Stalker") and Rick Jason ("Combat!").
I just added two new pages about the filming locations of the classic musical, "Grease", complete with photos, addresses and maps. I also added a new interactive map listing all of the Grease locations. (Click here to see the new pages.)
I also added three new pages about the filming locations of the classic cop/buddy movie, "Lethal Weapon"., including a similar interactive map of all Lethal Weapon locations. (Click here to see them.)
I recently updated my page about the Universal Studios tour, including several new photos.
New flash: This year's Hollywood Christmas parade has been canceled!
info about the fatal accident involving pop-star Brandy.
Fans of "The O.C.", take note! I've now added over 20 new O.C. filming locations from the third season DVD's, including Summer's house, Julie's trailer park, Chili's beach house, Newport Union High, the lifeguard tower, etc.. Click here to see the main O.C. menu.
I updated my page on Woodlawn cemetery with the location of Glenn Ford's grave, and new photos of the graves of Irene Ryan ('Granny' on "The Beverly Hillbillies") and Hal Smith ('Otis' on "The Andy Griffith Show"). Click here to see the page.
I belatedly added another early location to my The O.C. section - the original Atwood home in Chino, from the show's pilot episode (where Ryan's mother throws him out of the house after he's arrested.) (Click here for the details.)
I just added a new page of filming locations for the 2004 Hilary Duff film, "Raise Your Voice". Not the greatest film ever made, granted, but chock full of interesting L.A. locations... (Click here to check it out.)
And I also just added the filming locations for the "Bad News Bears", both the original 1976 version and the 2005 remake. Click here to where the Bears' baseball diamonds were.
The 2006 Emmy Award nominations are now online. Click here to read the list of nominees.
I updated my section on "The O.C." filming locations. I've added six new O.C. locations, thanks to the help of some diehard fans in Italy. The new locations are are: The Model Home, The Fashion Show party, Holly's beach house, The Juvenile Detention Center, The Newport Group building and The Suriak rehab center.
The names of the celebrities who will be receiving new stars on the Hollywood Walk of Fame in 2007 have just been announced. And you can come and see them in person when they get them. Are your favorites included? Click here to read the list of new names.
up a few locations from Ewan
here to see them.
The winners of the 2006 Academy Awards (the Oscars) are online . Click here to see a full list of all the winners & nominees.
I just added six new pages of local locations where the Robert De Niro / Al Pacino classic "HEAT" was shot (with photos, descriptions and addresses), plus an interactive map offering aerial photos of each location. Click here.
The winners of the 2006 Grammy Awards are now online. Click here to see a list of the key winners & nominees.
The winners of the annual SAG Awards (Screen Actors Guild) are now online. Click here to see a list of all the winners and nominees.
How would you like to meet the entire casts of TV shows such as "Grey's Anatomy", "Everybody Hates Chris", "My Name is Earl", "House", "Battlestar Galactica" and "The Golden Girls"? Well, you can. They'll all be in person at the annual Television Festival. Click here for the details and how to get tickets.
Four new Walk of Fame inductees to start the new year. The following celebs will get stars on the walk of fame in the first two weeks of January 2006: Queen Latifah, Nathan Lane, Matthew Broderick and Motley Crue. Click here to see the Calendar listing.
I just updated my list of Movies Being Shot Now in L.A.
The Emmy Awards have been given out. Click here to see the list of winners and nominees.
Want to be in the bleachers next to the red carpet at the annual Academy Awards on Oscar Night? Then you need to register for the Academy's online drawing for free tickets. Click here for details about this year's drawing. [now closed]
I just added three brand new pages on the filming locations of the 1999 Brad Pitt / Ed Norton cult movie, "FIGHT CLUB", including over 20 actual locations where the movie was shot, along with photos, descriptions, addresses and map links. Click here to see it.
I added a photo of the actual house seen in the classic TV series, "Bewitched". Click here to see it and here for the address. Scroll down the page to see a 1964 B&W photo of the house, captured from the original series DVD. It's amazing how much the real house still resembles the Bewitched home after all these years.
The names of most of the acts that will play at this year's Los Angeles County Fair have been released. Click here to see the (partial) concert schedule. (More names will be added later as they are announced.)
Ever wondered where the TV series "Joan of Arcadia" was filmed? Well, it's not Arcadia. Find out by clicking here, complete with addresses, photos and map links. And see big photos of the actual locations shot for Joan's house, Joan's high school and Joan's park.
I updated the list of movies currently being filmed in L.A.
Having recently watched the DVD of "Cheaper By The Dozen" (the Steve Martin version), I got curious about the location of the main house seen in the movie ("the Bakers"' family home). So I went out and found it. I shot a photo of it, which you can see by clicking here. And you can click on this link to get the address and a map link.
I recently added a new, larger photo of Marilyn Monroe's grave. Click here to see it.
The names of the Academy Awards' Oscar winners have been announced. Click here to read the full list of winners and nominees.
With the movie "The Aviator" fresh in our minds, I just added a new entry about the location in Beverly Hills where Howard Hughes crashed his experimental plane in 1946 (as seen in the film). Click here to see it.
I have been on a bit of a 'Movie Locations' binge lately. I've added detailed pages (including photos, addresses and map links) about the actual filming locations of the following movies shot in L.A.:
Want to meet the casts of "Desperate Housewives", "Lost", "NYPD Blue", "Law & Order", "Veronica Mars", "Jack & Bobby" and other hit shows in person? Click here to find out how.
I recently made a trip out to Hollywood Forever memorial park and discovered several new graves of celebrities. That's unusual, since Hollywood Forever is an old cemetery where most of the celeb graves date back to the Silent Era and the Hollywood's Golden Age of the 30's & 40's. But I discovered a new memorial statue to punk rocker Johnny Ramone (of The Ramones), the new grave of "King Kong" actress Fay Wray, and I found the final resting place of actor David White, who played Darren's boss, 'Larry Tate' on the hit show "Bewitched". While there, I also shot a new photo of the grave/memorial to Douglas Fairbanks & Douglas Fairbanks Jr. Click here for a tour of the entire park.
The Grammy Award winners have been announced. Click here to read the list of winners and nominees.
Here's a chance to meet the casts of the hit shows "Desperate Housewives", "Lost", "NYPD Blue", "Law & Order", "Veronica Mars", "Jack & Bobby", "Boston Legal", "deadwood", "In Living Color", and others IN-PERSON, at the annual Television Festival. Click here for details.
The winners for the 2005 Golden Globe Awards have been announced. Click here to read the list of nominees and winners.
The nominees for the 2005 Grammy Awards have been announced. To see a list of the top nominees, just click here.
The winners of the 2004 American Music Awards have been announced. Click here to read the list of winners and nominees.
I've added a new page about "How To Be In A Movie", which will let you know how to sign up to appear in major motion pictures. Click here to see the new page.
The long-awaited Book 6 in the Harry Potter series, "Harry Potter & Half-Blood Prince" can be pre-ordered at by clicking here.
Speaking of movies, check out my new Movie Posters Page, which offers posters of hot films like "Master & Commander", "Radio", "Haunted Mansion", "Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King", "Pirates of the Caribbean", "The Matrix Reloaded", "Finding Nemo", "Seabiscuit" "Charlie's Angels 2", and"The Hulk"... etc. Click here
The entire first season of the Emmy award winning "The West Wing" is now available on DVD. And so, at last, is the entire first season of "Cheers", one of the most popular sitcoms of all time. Also new to DVD is the fifth season of "Buffy the Vampire Slayer", and seasons of "Smallville", "CSI", "Alias", "Xena Warrior Princess", "The Simpsons", "Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman", and "Fraiser". Those new DVDs join the likes of "The Sopranos", "Friends", "Sex & the City", and the historic miniseries "Roots", as entire seasons of your favorite TV shows in packages that don't take up the room that bulky video tapes used to. I've created a page listing many of the TV shows now available on DVD, along with links to buy them online. Click here to see the page.
I recently added a new page about the real neighborhood where "American Pie" was filmed, including photos and addresses of the actual homes used in the movies. That same neighborhood also has homes used in the filming of "Red Dragon," "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" and more... (Click here for details.)
I added another new page about another new restaurant/club, but this one isn't owned by celebs. It's just attracting celebs lke bees to honey, everyone from Britney to Leonardo. It's called White Lotus. (Click here for details.)
I also recently added a listing for record producer Phil Spector (who has been arrested on suspicion of the murder of actress Lana Clarkson) to my "Where the Stars Died" page - including the location of the murder scene. Click here.
I just added a list of filming locations for the 1999 comedy "Blast From the Past", which starred Brendan Fraser and Alicia Silverstone, with addresses and maps, including a photo of the blue house where Alicia's character 'Eve' lived in the movie. Naturally, it's located in Hollywood... Click here.
I also recently added a new page with all the actual filming locations where the hit comedy "Legally Blonde" was shot, including addresses, maps and photos. Click here. (Warning: the page slow to load, so be patient.)
The 2002 Emmy Award winners are listed on the site. Click here for the names!
Fans of TV's "Angel" should note that I just added a new location for that series. This one is the actual location of the "Wolfram & Hart" law firm offices. (Thanks, Billie.) Click here for a map.
It isn't every day that a dead superstar packs up and moves, but that's more or less what happened with America's favorite redhead, Lucille Ball. Lucy has been buried at Forest Lawn Hollywood for 13 years, but recently her kids (Lucie & Desi Jr.) decided that she would be happier back in her home town (near the Lucy-Desi Museum) - so they had Lucy and her mom moved to a new final resting place.
If you think the movie "Minority Report" (with Tom Cruise) was filmed only in Washington D.C., think again. Much of the movie was filmed on location right here in L.A. I've just added a page detailing the places (with addresses and maps) where they shot the film in SoCal. Click here.
A fan (Tom) suggested I add a page about Celebrity Cookbooks, so I checked it out and was surprised to find there are over 30 cookbooks out there written by stars or based on movies or TV shows. Everything from Oprah to Aunt Bee, from Sinatra to Bubba Gump. So I created a new page for them. You'll find it by clicking here.
I've also found the locations of the graves of Carroll O'Connor ('Archie Bunker'), singer Peggy Lee and director Billy Wilder. Click here for details.
To see photos of their final resting places, click here for:
I added a page about the Los Angeles locations where "Spider-Man" was filmed. Click here.
Check out my Harry Potter store, which offers links to places where you can buy a wide variety of magical toys, posters, calendars, DVDs,books and gifts for your favorite Muggles.
Jennifer Lopez opened her new restaurant, called Madre's. Read about it here.
I just added a page about the Bronson Caves, in the Hollywood Hills, where It was the "Bat Cave" in TV's "Batman", and a number of other TV shows and movies have been shot there over the years. But the trail is a little hard to find, so a Seeing-Stars fan sent me his vacation photos of the Caves, I decided to put them online with a map to help others locate the place. Click here to there.
I also added a new Star Index page for 'Buffy' herself, Sarah Michelle Gellar.
Meanwhile, more sad news - actor Robert Blake is on trial for murder and remains in jail without bail. You can find the address of (and map to) the restaurant where Blake and his wife were dining right before the murder took place. (Click here)
How about Hollywood (or movie-related) t-shirts? You can get Hogwarts t-shirts (from "Harry Potter"), "Lord of the Rings" t-shirts..., you name it. Even t-shirts from TV shows like "Friends" or "Bewitched". You can find them by clicking here
I revised my page about the locations for "Pearl Harbor" filming, including more details and photos about local locations.
I'm always being asked for celebrities' mailing addresses, so I've put up a new database feature, where you can look up the address of just about any star in Hollywood. Click here to give it a try.
I put up a few photos of the church used in Arnold Schwarzenegger's "End
of Days"? Well, I went back to St.
Vincent's and shot a photo of the church's beautiful interior.
photo's not quite as sharp as I would prefer, because it was very dim
inside the church, I was working with slow Kodacolor film, with no
and I had to hand-hold a two-second exposure... (Click
here to see the photo.)
Since people ask me all the time about how to get a job at a Hollywood movie studio, I've created a new web page to answer the question. You'll find by clicking here.
I just added a new photo of Jack Benny's handprints & footprints in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre.
I just added a photo of Jim Carrey's handprints & footprints in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre. Click here to see them.
I also just shot a photo of Hollywood's private club for magicians, The Magic Castle.
While I was there, I shot the nearby Coffin Residence, one of the oldest homes in Hollywood. It's now the headquarters of The American Society of Cinematographers. Click here to see the photo.
I just added a photo of Sean Connery's footprints in cement at Grauman's Chinese Theatre, as well as a new shot of Bette Davis' footprints. These go with earlier additions of photos of John Travolta's footprints, Jack Nicholson's footprints, Clark Gable's footprints and Bob Hope's footprints (and nose print!).
I added a photo of James Dean's last address, where he lived (in 1955) before his tragic death. (Click here to see the photo.)
I also added new movie location addresses for Cameron Crowe's "Almost Famous." Click here.
I also added a photo of Elvis Presley's star on the Walk of Fame.
For those who always ask me how to break into Show Biz and/or how to become an actor... the answer is, unfortunately, I don't know. (If I did, I'd be a rich man today instead of your friendly webmaster. ;) But for those of you who still want to find out, I've collected a group of popular books on the subject written by people who know a lot more about acting than I do. It includes info on such subjects as how to get an agent, how to avoid scams, how to audition, etc.Click here to see the list.
I added a photo of Jack Benny's star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
Ever since actress Loretta Young died, it has been something of a mystery just where she was buried. At long last, I've located her grave at Holy Cross cemetery. Turns out she was buried with her mother Gladys, so her name is not inscribed on the marker. You can see a photo by clicking here.
I also just added a new page about a restaurant owned by Matt Damon & Ben Affleck. Click here to read about it.
I've been out shooting new photos down on Hollywood Blvd. Click below to see:
And while I was out shooting places around Hollywood, I also just added a photo of the Hollywood home where the legendary author F. Scott Fitzgerald passed away. Fitzgerald's life story was told in the movie "Beloved Infidel", and his own great works included "The Great Gatsby," "Tender is the Night" and "The Last Tycoon." Click here to see the photo.
With Awards Show season upon us, you might be wondering how you can become a seat-filler - you know, those individuals who get to save seats for celebrities at major award shows. Well, you'll find the answers on my new page about How to Become a Seat-Saver.
I just put up a whole page of photos I took of the actual locations where they shot the TV series "Roswell." It includes thumbnails, addresses, even an image map of the neighborhood so you can see where everything is located in town. Then just click on the map it to see the photos... (Click here to go.)
Yes, I've been out on a photo shoot - I also just added a few new movie location photos to the site:
I added a photo I recently shot of the actual house used for Brenda and Brandon's Walsh's home in "Beverly Hills 90210." And while up in Altadena, I also got a photo the home used in the pilot episode of "7th Heaven." (Click here for the addresses.)
I also added more photos and addresses of locations where "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" is filmed, including a photo of Buffy's house, and one of Buffy's High School, plus the address of the place where they shoot her college campus scenes. And from the "Buffy" spin-off "Angel", the address of Angel's mansion.
I also added a photo I recently shot of the actual Pasadena home used in the Steve Martin movie, "Father of the Bride" as well as its sequel, "Father of the Bride II." You'll find the photo by clicking here, and you'll find the address here.
If you ever wondered where 'Helen Crump' (Aneta Corsaut), Opie's teacher & Andy Taylor's girlfriend from "The Andy Griffith Show" is buried, I've found out. (Click here for details.)
I recently added a new page about a landmark celebrity school - click here.
Thanks to tips from readers, I added the high schools attended by actors John Stamos and Dustin Hoffman to my Schools of the Stars page.
I added a new page about an old favorite, Mr. Chow restaurant in Beverly Hills.
I also added a page about Fred Segal, and the horde of celebrities who frequent the store..
I added some vintage photos of the old MGM / Lorimar Studios taken back in the 70's.
Fans of the original movie "Halloween" will like to know that I added three more photos (and one more address) to the page about locations where that thriller was actually shot. Look near the bottom of the page or the new info.
I've added key shooting locations of the TV shows "Popular," "7th Heaven" and "Providence" to my "TV Locations" page, complete with addresses and maps. Click here to go there.
And here are new color photos of some familiar TV & movie locations:
I just added new links to the new Hollywood Subway. Look for the bright, red links near the bottom of the pages for attractions near the subway stations, such as Grauman's Chinese, the Hollywood Roosevelt, the El Capitan, the Pantages, and Universal Studios. The red links take you to the MTA's site with tons of information about how to ride the subway... once it's rolling again.
After several requests, I added a search engine to Seeing-Stars! So you can now do a search of the entire website for any keyword(s). It's quick, easy and efficient. (And considering there are 1,700+ pages on this site, it's sometimes necessary.) Try it out!
There's a new search window at the bottom of this page, and also one at the bottom of the main menu. For instance, type in "Buffy," and you'll see every page on Seeing-Stars which mentions "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" (or, for that matter, "Buffy" on "Family Affair.")
of Events, updated daily, also lists new celebrity concerts, shows,
and stars about to receive stars on the Walk of Fame.
That's it for now,
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