Today we all have to wade through Internet, e-mail, cell phone, iPhone, PDA, text, tweet and twitter technology just to get in touch. But like Drew Barrymore said in HE’S JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU, it gets overwhelming. I agree with Drew. There are moments that I just want to bypass all that and talk one-on-one. That’s what this page is about: people around the fascinating town of L.A. telling you their own stories one-on-one. All you have to do is listen.
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How do they choose which homes to use for filming movies?
OLD SCHOOL, BACK TO THE FUTURE, HALLOWEEN, and the legendary “Lady Heather’s” house from CSI are just a few of the 50 movie locations on our Pasadena Audio Tour that were shot in South Pasadena. Listen to Joan Aguado, South Pasadena’s Film Liaison, tell you how they choose these locations:
Click here to listen to "How do they choose homes for filming?" (4 Minutes, 3 seconds)
L.A.’s Most Distinctive Gift Store:
It’s “Skeletons In The Closet” at the Los Angeles County Coroner. No, it is not gross or disgusting -- it’s a world-famous store with T-Shirts, coffee mugs, and more that that provides a valuable public service. Listen to L.A. County executive James Hazlett tell you about the store and how it pays for the extremely valuable Youthful Drunk Driving Program:
Click here to listen to "'Skeletons in the Closet' at the LA County Coroner" (3 Minutes, 53 seconds)
Fans of CSI, NCIS, Bones, Forensic Files, and North Mission Road love this store. In fact, this IS North Mission road. Michael Jackson and Marilyn Monroe are just 2 of the many highprofile celebrity cases investigated by the Los Angeles County Coroner and books are available here describing the history and legal impact of these cases.
The Coroner’s office is about life: it helps police solve crimes, brings closure to families of missing people, and helps prevent youthful drunk driving. Directions to this store are on ourr Los Angeles Audio Tour.