Thursday, February 11, 2010

They say you can't go home again...

So, I won't, as I don't really have one. My childhood home in North Hollywood was last occupied by members of my family in '92, as I'm the last surviving member of said immediate family. During that time, I landed a job at KKLA, FM 99.5, which at the time was also located in NoHo as we called the fledgling art district back then. It's since grown beyond expectations as the Red Line stops there on Lankershim. Just off Lankershim on Magnolia Blvd. rested what was The Magnolia Theatre, which has since been turned into a saxophone shop which was next door, into something else entirely as I rode by it the other day after visiting my alleged agent, Jack Scagnetti.

KKLA has since moved to Glendale, and I was there for part of that time as well, as anyone that has perused my Linked In profile can attest. Why is all this relevant? What does it have to do with my 168 Project?

Simple. As some of you know, or, hopefully all of you, my 3 loyal readers, the first few scenes of Black Friday are set at a radio station. The personalities involved are DJ's. So, in true fashion, we searched high and low for locations, and we locked down KKLA. We'll be shooting there on Monday.

Pray for me. And for them. And my crew. And Scarecrow most of all :)

72 and sunny in Redondo Beach.

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1 comment:

  1. Nice temp. Raining here.
    I miss your house. If I was wealthy then I'd have bought it and let you live there for free.