Posted by wendyvee | November 9, 2012
Giant Longhorn Skull
Longhorn Bar & Grill
submitted by “BooinLA” and “Road Runner” (Bill)
Originally posted 7/15/09
Sadly, I just found out that the Longhorn closed in June of this year. I hope that someone is able to purchase it and bring it back to life!
– Famed Landmark in Amado Is Now Victim of Foreclosure
– Legendary Longhorn...
Posted by wendyvee | August 1, 2012
The Senator Theatre
5904 York Road
submitted by: “wendyvee”
I stopped to see this gorgeous old gal back in January when I was in Baltimore to attend Elvis’ Birthday Fight Club.
Added to the National Register of Historic Places in 1989, this art deco gem first opened in Baltimore’s Rosebank neighborhood in October of 1939. It was in continuous operation by the...
Posted by wendyvee | July 20, 2011
The Cabazon Dinosaurs
50770 Seminole Drive (off Hwy 10)
submitted by “BooinLA”
For Your Roadside Viewing Pleasure: The Cabazon Dinosaurs, as seen in Pee Wee’s Big Adventure!
Actually the dinos predate Pee Wee by a WHOLE bunch of years. I remember the big brontosaurus (named Dinny) from early childhood family treks to Palm Springs.
Spotting the dinosaur in the middle of...
Posted by wendyvee | March 24, 2011
Eckels Drug Store & Museum
36 East Main Street
submitted by “wendyvee”
This post features two of my favorite things: a vintage business and a movie location … all in one!
Eckles Drug Store is a real vintage treat! Though it’s no longer an operating pharmacy, current owner Barbara Marbain (a granddaughter of Dr. George Eckels) proudly maintains the store...