Well, I don’t care about history.

I didn’t realize until I wrote the title of this post how silly it is to pair a history lesson with a guy from the band that sang “Rock ‘n’ Roll High School.”

If you’d like to see more about the Battle of Providencia, this guy has created a 20 minute video (with actors and sets and stuff!):

I can actually identify a couple of these guys now. I couldn’t do that six hours ago.

Hollywood Forever really is an amazing place to explore. Tons of old school famous people are buried there. There are amazing headstones and memorials, but there are also simple markers made with pipes. Not fancy pipes; regular plumbing pipes. I’ve taken a few pictures there over the years. Here’s a set of them.

Today I saw a marker for someone I hadn’t noticed before: Holly Woodlawn.

Holly Woodlawn grave marker.

Holly Woodlawn worked with Andy Warhol, and is the Holly Lou Reed mentions in Walk on the Wild Side. There’s a short article about her here.

Rides from this post (mile only for the first two- video is from the third):

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