"Achieve the Honorable"
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The Entertainment Book No Other Person Could Write -Three Stages My Journey By Author Ben Bryant -
"Three Stages" is the first in a 3 part series. "Circumstances Beyond My Control" which chronicles my years as a producer/AD will be available by the end of this month.
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Hi fellow Sheiks. I have a new website devoted to my autobiographical trilogy.
Have a look when you can.
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The second – rave – review of author Ben Bryant’s new entertainment book, Three Stages, just came out on Yahoo books. While it’s not one of those exploitative celebrity books it is a sort of Hollywood book (high school, that is) and the reviewer calls it a Hollywood memoir. It does contain quite a few funny celebrity stories. Have a look at the…Continue
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Sunday, June 19th, 2013. It was the final performance of Hollywood High’s “In the Heights”. The cast and crew and parents were emotional and exhausted, but everyone had to change into their “red carpet clothes” as we were heading to the 2nd Annual Jerry Herman Awards at the Pantages immediately.
The Jerry Herman Awards is the local award ceremony for the National High School Musical Theater Awards, also known as the Jimmy’s, which are held annually on Broadway…Continue
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I'm overjoyed to share the first review of my autobio.
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In an effort to "Going Green" we would like your opinion regarding our newsletters and invitations being emailed, or viewed on…Continue
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ATTENTION ALL HHS ALUM:
I regret once again, to have to report (albeit rather late, I'm afraid) the passing of yet another of our mentors and dear friends:
Eugene J. "Gene" Robidoux
February 21, 2013
Eugene J. "Gene” Robidoux, of North Hollywood, California died Thursday, February 21, 2013 - at Verdugo Hills Hospital. Gene had been in a semi coma for months as a result of a stroke.
Born in Manville, he was a son of the…
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The Sheikster's class of 1974 with Barbara Weinstock, an Alum from 1947 that we met on the cruise!…Continue
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It is my very sad responsibility to advise the HHS Alumni Association that Leo passed away on January 21, 2013. He was not ill very long - pancreatic cancer was discovered just after the New Year (the tumor on December 18) and it rapidly went to his liver. He was on continual pain medicine and hospice care for about 1 week and died peacefully.…
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A long-time resident of Upland, Florene Dick passed away December 4, 2012. She was 9 years old. She was born in Los Angeles on January 18, 1922. She graduated from Hollywood High School and attended LACC as a journalism major. She was a reporter for several newspapers, editor of the Azusa Herald, and a free-lance writer and photographer for Trailer Life Magazine. She is survived by 3 children, 3 grandchildren and 4 great grandchildren.
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Jack & LuJuan
Hollywood High School Sweethearts ~ A Beach Date in 1950
To this sacred place I come, drawn by the eternal ties that bind my soul of my beloved.
Death has separated us. You are no longer at my side to share the beauty of the…Continue
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