Three local stories make their way to the printed page.
Arise My Love and Come Away with Me
Wendell R. Ware
This 93-year-old Sherman Oaks resident bases his first novel on his own real-life love story—a relationship born of a mutual passion for flying, set against the dramatic background of World War II. Marriage plans are interrupted when Wendell joins the Navy, ultimately becoming involved in the atom bomb missions that led to the end of the war.
Do You Dream in Color? Insights From A Girl Without Sight
The inspirational and poignant story of a blind woman who defies the odds. Laurie, who grew up in Encino, recalls how she has achieved her dreams—attending Yale Opera graduate school and ultimately becoming a critically praised opera singer and even a jewelry designer.
As the Matzo Ball Turns
The 10-year journey of a small-town Pennsylvania man who arrives in Hollywood as an aspiring actor and struggles to get even the most meager of gigs. He ultimately finds that humor is the best salve, as he works as a waiter at a popular Valley deli, serving some of the biggest names in showbiz.
City Kitchen Café is a NoHo Arts District restaurant that honors Los Angeles history on its walls and serves comfort food for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Who: Dustin Lancaster and Matthew Kaner, who own the very popular and well-respected Bar Covell in Los Feliz, teamed up with longtime friend and Sherman Oaks resident (and musician/producer) Dave Gibbs to bring Augustine, a sophisticated, vintage-style wine bar to Sherman Oaks. L to R: Dave Gibbs, Dustin Lancaster and Matthew Kaner at Augustine during construction. Photo: Augustine/Facebook The Building: Dating back to […]