1. fallen petal heart -silent


    from Noelle Palm / Added

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    underneath the camellia tree that holds the wind-chimes and the string of party lights in the backyard, blossoms too heavy to be held by their branches drop to the ground with a thick *thud* ...but the leaf-blowers and rakes and weed-pullers will have to wait a little longer because some gusts of clever wind are swooping in to orchestrate one last flowery love song in appreciation of the flowers' glorious lives

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    • Los Angeles


      from Giancarlo Iannotta / Added

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      My entire 5-week stay in Los Angeles summed up in 12 minutes. How did I survive?

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      • The Artist on New Hampshire


        from www.JeffYarbrough.com / Added

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        This restored, expanded, and re-imagined 1922 Los Feliz trophy property merges modern design elements with the authenticity of the home’s Roaring 20’s debut. The careful renovation leaves no surface unaddressed, no detail untouched, no system overlooked. The highest levels of design and craftsmanship make for a strikingly beautiful reinterpretation of this four-bedroom, three-and-a-half bathroom, 3,784 square-foot residence. Grand spaces abound throughout the home. Each area is tied to the next through a stylish designer-selected color palate and a spectacular array of custom fixtures. The formal living room has new Provenza six-inch wide plank white oak flooring. Anchoring the room is an over-scale fireplace with a new gray limestone hearth and panel. A vast formal dining room (also with a new white oak floors) has French doors to a fruit tree-lined courtyard. A massive eat-in kitchen beats as the heart of this impressive home. The gourmet kitchen’s defining element is its 9’x5’ carrara marble-topped island with stainless prep-sink and seating for four (or more). Surrounding the opulent island are custom-milled high-end floor-to-ceiling cabinetry, multiple lighting options (recessed, hanging, and range hood halogens), a stainless suite of Thermoform Pro Series appliance package (including a six-burner + grill and double-oven range), and Walker Zinger tile backsplashes. Also in the kitchen, a spacious informal dining area, perfect for casual meals and easy conversations. This area (as well as the kitchen itself) has a new basalt tile floor and a floor-to-ceiling pantry cabinet. There are also entrances to an expansive finished basement and an ample laundry room (with service entrance). The laundry room includes an LG suite of machines and a marble-topped folding area and sink. Adjacent to the house’s professional-grade kitchen area is its family room. Surround-sound amplifies the room’s theater experience. Single-light French doors slide open to an arbor-shaded outdoor dining area. The home’s backyard is all about swimming, eating, and hanging out with friends. A massive resurfaced/redesigned heated pool contains a newly-constructed spa. A rolling lawn, multiple lounge areas—even changing rooms—complete the backyard’s offerings. Back inside the home, the second floor (also with new white oak floors) is composed of four bedrooms and three bathrooms. The home’s opulent master suite is over-sized for the way people live today. It affords enough space for multiple configurations for sleeping, sitting, watching TV, working, etc. Inside the spa-like master bathroom are dual sinks, a separate tub (with its own TV) and shower, and a room-sized walk-in wardrobe. Another “en suite” bedroom has a newly-installed bathroom a Haisa limestone floor. Two other bedrooms share a Jack-and-Jill bathroom with dual sinks, separate shower and tub, and plenty of storage. One of these guest rooms has access to the home’s front balcony. 2225 N. New Hampshire Avenue is conveniently located close to all Los Feliz has to offer. Walk to Griffith Park, The Greek Theater, and shops and restaurants on Vermont and Hillhurst. The home’s north-of-the-boulevard cul-de-sac location provides privacy and prestige.

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        • HUBBY'S CoTOUR


          from Tyler Hubby / Added

          CoTour is a HubbyCo project, Bettina Hubby's brainchild took shape in the form of a Los Angeles tour of her own neighborhood that brought in the talents of other artists alongside her own to bring the sites to life. For CoTour, Bettina chose ten places that have special meaning to her. The sites ranged from Trader Joes to Cheetahs Strip Club to Skylight Books, and for each location she created site-specific garments. Many talented friends were invited to wear and enliven the garments for a one-day bus tour that guided spectators to each site. Through various performances and scenes, the uniqueness of each site was brought to life even further by the personality and talents of each participant. This is the film documenting the one-day event by artist and filmmaker Tyler Hubby. A catalog documenting CoTour has been published and designed by artist Mike Slack. It is available on the hubbyco website: www.hubbyco.com or at Skylight Books, Book Soup, and Arcana.

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          • The Laughing Heart


            from Katherine Kearns / Added

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            This a short film that I made at the Griffith Observatory. The poem was written by Charles Bukowski and read by Lillye Dlugach. The music is from the film An Education: The song is Jenny's Theme by Paul Englishby.

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            • [ Yoga Outreach ] : Amy Chou


              from randy c. / Added

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              Amy Chou's video submission for the Yoga Teacher Training Scholarship. Please "like" the link below! http://yogatrainingguide.com/yoga-teacher-training/yoga-for-the-children/

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              • Gypsy's Palace Video Portfolio


                from Gypsy's Palace / Added

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                Some recent drapery installations by Gypsy's Palace

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                • Young, White and Trendy.


                  from Cliff Mendez / Added

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                  A very short documentary that follows this young trend-setter for a closer look at the "hip" lifestyle.

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                  • Capri


                    from Travis Waddell / Added

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                    May/June 2011, all edits in-camera. Sound Drums- Eric Oglander, Bass- Jonathan Schneiderman, Guitar- Travis Waddell Vision Shot on Kodak Vision3 500T Reversal Super 8 film with Canon 310xl

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                    • 4150 Holly Knoll Drive


                      from www.JeffYarbrough.com / Added

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                      1930’s Spanish Glamour Re-defined Sited on a knoll above neighboring rooftops, this Los Feliz three-bedroom, two-bathroom 1938 view home has all the style, features, and upgrades that today’s sophisticated buyers desire. The artfully restored residence has a dramatic and professionally landscaped approach from the street level. Queen palms, terracotta tiles and smooth plaster walls lead the way to an espresso-stained front door. Inside the home’s entry way, details emerge that begin to tell the property’s story. On one hand, exposed woodwork, “button” light switches with torched-bronze plates, and art glass light fixtures are indicators of days gone by. But the entry’s intercom, security controls, and a cool flow of central air push the home into the 21st century. To the left of the entry are a bedroom with richly-grained wainscoting and its own redone bathroom with step-in shower. To the right of the entry, a sunny living room with gleaming hardwood floors, authentic fireplace, French doors and over-scale picture windows. This mix of details from “now” and “then” is carried throughout every room and outdoor area of the strikingly restored classic Franklin Hills mini-estate. The living room’s front-facing window frames Los Feliz’s glimmering hills and—up on top—a renowned L.A. landmark: The Griffith Park Observatory. The Observatory’s recent renovation bathes its unmistakable facade in a bright white light at night, and is seen straight-on from this room’s interior. On both sides of the living room’s plaster and red brick fireplace are doors leading to a Spanish-style portal with its own outdoor fireplace. This tile-covered patio adjacent to the living room provides ample space for al fresco dining. Also visible from the living room is the home’s luxurious pool and separate spa. Imagine sipping a cocktail on one of the pool’s three underwater “barstools.” The pool and spa both have built-in water features that add glamour to large-scale entertaining. Lush landscaping and plaster walls—beautifully lit at night—provide privacy, shade, and security for the home’s outdoor areas. Further out are uncovered patio areas for lounging in the sun or rolling on the grassy lawn. Another set of patio French doors provide access from the back yard into the house’s formal dining room (also accessible from the living room). Open the dining room and living room doors to the home’s covered courtyard, light both fireplaces, turn on the pool’s fountains, and create a dynamic starting point for Hollywood-style gatherings. Through an old-school swinging door in the dining room is the home’s stunning kitchen. Stainless-steel appliances, custom wood cabinets, cook book shelves, granite counters, Walker Zanger backsplashes, and diner-style light fixtures make this a true designer showcase kitchen. Additionally, a built-in eat-in area—surrounded by sun-filled windows—creates the perfect space for casual dining or morning coffee. And, watch top chefs do their thing on the kitchen’s built-in flat screen. A pantry/laundry room augments the kitchen’s functionality. A second bedroom has a set of French doors that open to an airy, uncovered outdoor patio. From this vantage, city lights gleam and old-fashioned street lights flicker. This deck is the perfect place to watch the sun set, and provides another opportunity for intimate outdoor entertaining. A second bathroom has a cast-iron claw-foot tub, wainscoting, Walker Zanger tile, porcelain pedestal sink, and built-in medicine cabinet. A third bedroom opens to the pool area and is steps away from the home’s elevated, heated spa. On the street level, the residence accommodates two cars in its garage. The entrance to the property from the street is gated and secure. Additionally, the property is located on one of the neighborhood’s best streets and is close to all Los Feliz and Silver Lake have to offer. Also, downtown, Griffith Park, and Hollywood’s redeveloped hot spots are minutes away.

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