Our pals at the Los Angeles Historic Theatre Foundation pass on news that the
forever-in-limbo Fox Inglewood has been recommended for designation to the National Register of Historic Places by California’s State Historical Resources Commission. The Fox has been closed since the mid-’80s, but is “in an amazingly good state of preservation,” according to the LAHTF, which has been pushing to have it turned into a multi-purpose venue for the city. Meanwhile, take a little look around up above.
Antoine Jenkins on a charter bus traveling from Los Angeles to Nevada. (Photo: Will Coley)
Inglewood may have a lot of things wrong with it, but at least we don’t have (that many) hate crimes!
Incredibly sad what has happened to this family. Please help if you can. The father was the owner of Chips Restaurant in Hawthorne.
The Hawthorne Police Department says that donations can be made to the Jimenez/Lamas Family Fund at any local Wells Fargo branch to account number 4122412588.
Checks also can be sent to The Lamas Family Donation Fund, account number 5223, courtesy of ICE Federal Credit Union, One West Manchester Blvd., Suite 603, Inglewood, CA, 90301.