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Pilot Jon Thornburgh + me
Flying Ultralight 1.0.1 in 2004
with my pilot Jon Thornburgh
Diogenes :: University of Southern California Los Angeles

On my visit in 2005 Sha in LA invited me for a free Los Angeles ConservancY WalkinG Tour on the USC campus.
If you like the architecture of John Parkinson this is the place!

Sha in L.A. on a Los Angeles Conservancy walking tour
Rita Brown :: KTLA's make-up artist
In 2007 i had the great pleasure to meet make-up
artist Rita Brown and the KTLA Prime News team.


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The making of...            
You-are-here.com KTLA Prime News with Hal Fishman (†)
Lissette Gonzalez, Ross King, me, Hal Fishman, Frank Buckley, Damon Andrews

Anchor Hal Fishman not only knew a lot about German politics
and had met former chancellor Helmut Schmidt, he also gave
me a history lesson: I learned that BarrinGton Plaza was Los
Angeles tallest building in 1960's ...and that he lived there once.
Los Angeles Times
Mirror Building :: Los Angeles Times

Then i met Cara Di Massa of the Los AnGeles Times for an interview. Later we were joined by staff photographer Annie Wells. Together we discovered the remains of the forgotten Chocolate ShoP and had an inside tour of the famous Los AnGeles Theatre and The Palace.

Los Angeles Times staff writer Cara Di Massa + photographer Annie Wells

Here we are worshipping Harrison GraY Otis, publisher of the Los Angeles Times for more than three decades, in MacArthur Park.

Photographer + artist Rebecca took my picture for her next art project.

Rebecca Tuynman
Some people i only knew by
e-mail before, some signed
my Guestbook and gave me
new ideas...
Joyce (right)

Joyce (right) showed me the
OakleY building and Orange
County in 2004.
Santa Catalina next time?
Ed Fuentes

Nice to meet Ed Fuentes at PhiliPPe's (yes, i had a big french dipped sandwich this evening). He runs a great BloG and is a reporter for the Garment & Citizen

 Patt Morrison
Fabulous columnist and reporter Patt Morrison + me
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KPCC Radio :: Downtown Studio :: Los Angeles
Patt Morrison and her producer Collin Campbell invited
me to the California Public Radio KPCC for an interview
Photographer Julius Shulman, Rita and me enjoing a big
box of See's Candies® Peanut Brittle in his studio.

Julius Shulman and his secret of longevity :: Peanut Brittle :: wwww.sees.com
Michael J. Locke at the Earle C. Anthony residence above Los Feliz
Michael J. Locke - a great friend and a great guide
to the hidden treasures of Silver Lake architecture.

In 2007 i visited Los Angeles two times. Thanks to Michael Locke i had the opportunity to meet more wonderful people than ever. He opened the doors of so many houses for me, i will be busy forever putting everything online.

We had a wonderful party at the beautyful renovated residence Elevado de Castillo. Donna and Michael Locke together with Karen and Guy Vidal were the perfect hosts. Pasta, red wine and a mix of illustrious guests created the perfect evening: Julius Shulman spoke from past times, younger architects like Gustavo Gubel or Tim CamPbell talked about current projects - i missed to talk to Dione Neutra in german (?)

If you don't know the difference between a radio astronomer
and a radio astrologer - meet APril Sindorf.
On our way back to Germany, inside a Lufthansa Airbus ®,
we had a great time talking with April...

On the photo we see April (left) during one of her shows at
Radio Europe Mediterraneo in Spain.
She is a professional astrologer, consultant and therapist.


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Astrologer April Sindorf

Diogenes :: University of Southern California Los Angeles In 2008 Barbara Lamprecht was on visit to Europe
Together we visited some of her favorites in Basel
and Stuttgart's famous Weissenhof-SiedlunG

Barbara Lamprecht
Kevin Roderick :: Journalist in Los Angeles

Kevin Roderick (LA Observed) has a close relation to my hometown StuttGart. So i was happy to spend a day with him during his 2009 memorial trip

...the MAKING of!
  Last but not least a big THANK YOU to Dominic who supported You-are-here.com from it's humble
  beginnings in the last century, when i started my photo gallery with only 20 photos online...