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Sterling Hayden was much more than a WWII hero, who was in the Marine Corps. Hayden signed on under a nom-de-plum, and served in the Pacific and in the OSS. He was one of the major contributors to the war effort and as a member of the forerunner of the Centrl Inelligence Agency, is often overlooked for his service.
Toggle Commented Feb 7, 2012 on Left in the Past at LA Times Magazine
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How about going back to the mid-60's, in North Hollywood. Over on the north side of the 13200 block of Saticoy St., stood "Old MacDonald's Barn" During the summer and on weekends, when we were 8-10 years old, we'd sneak over there to listen to the bands and watch the adults kicking-up a storm to the country music, live band or by pre-recorded material. The one thing I certainly remember, is getting bounced out of there, because of my age. :( Anybody remember Van Nuys Quality Dairy, over on the north side of the 13000 block of Sherman Way?
Toggle Commented Jul 28, 2011 on When Country Was King at LA Times Magazine
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Jul 28, 2011