Less than a year old and wearing red tennis shoes, I took the first steps of my life at the Wiltern. My mother had brought me to visit my father, an architect, in his office on the second floor of the Pellissier office tower, overlooking the art deco theater's neon marquee. Twenty-two years later, I ... More >>
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