Previously on A Man Named Marlowe: Los Angeles, 1935. It’s the heart of the Great Depression and Philip Marlowe is broke. He stops by his friend Lou’s automat for a sandwich. Lou tells Marlowe he’s got some work for him to do. It sounds like … Read MoreA Man Named Marlowe Episode 2: The Advice & The Horror
Lady is a female-driven exhibition featuring artists, designers, chefs, movers, makers, dreamers, and shakers. Los Angeles artists Constance Brantley and Marlena McClain join forces with Salomon Anaya, (owner of Scobybaby Komucha & Submergedart) to promote a community of creative & passionate women, representing a broad range … Read MoreLADY – An All-Female Art Gallery Exhibition Opening This Weekend in Los Angeles
I can’t prove that I was a hard-boiled P.I. in a past life, but that I can’t prove that I wasn’t! I’ve read every novel (and most short stories) by Raymond Chandler, author of the famed Philip Marlowe detective series. I loved the Marlowe character … Read MorePhilip Marlowe Posters by James Scully
Wall Breaker Matt Salter (aka Sp3ktr) created this illustration for NEON KNIGHTS, a dance music outfit out of Denver helmed by maestro Shannon Kelly. Neon Knights present a mix of dark disco, electro, synth and new wave music for your dancing pleasure. As Matt stated, “the … Read MoreSp3ktr: Neon Knight – Blade Running
Chapter 7 in the continuing story of how Raymond Chandler‘s famous fictional LA Noir detective, Philip Marlowe, became Philip Marlowe. This story pre-dates Chandler’s first novel, The Big Sleep, by three years. For the full story, go here.