Hello, again, Fellow Mourners:
Watching a favorite television show go off the air can sometimes be a lot like watching a loved one pass away, and never was that feeling more appropos than with regard to 'Six Feet Under,' which takes its final bow this week after five stunning seasons on HBO. In memoriam, I bring you this blast from the past, from when we first found the Fisher & Sons Funeral Home while driving around the West Adams District of Los Angeles back in 2002:
Also in the news this past week or two, I was contacted by a reporter from NPR who wanted to do a piece on me and my friends in Hollywood Underground after he read the LA Times story of a few years back. I arranged for him to meet a group of us at Forest Lawn, Glendale, and then I was unable to join them all due to family commitments, but the resulting piece was very well done and you can hear it here:
http://www.npr.org/templates/story/story.php?storyId=4792967 Thank you, Tom Goldman, for a very nicely done story.
Also new this week is the shiny new crypt of Sandra Dee, who is no longer next to her mother at Forest Lawn, Hollywood Hills, but all alone in a brand new room at the back of the Courts of Remembrance there. You can see that and many other new additions now on the What's New page.
Thanks again as always for your support and notes and stuff. Always nice to hear that you're enjoying the site. Have a great rest of the summer!
(Published: Sun Feb 03 2019; Hits: 0)
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