Ringo Starr’s annual “Peace and Love” ceremony for his birthday seems to get bigger each year, and although last year’s event marking his 75th birthday was a star-packed blowout, Thursday’s festivities in Hollywood appeared to push the needle up at least one more notch.
As usual, a crowd of 200 to 300 fans gathered outside the Capitol Records Tower, closing down part of Vine Street north of Holywood Boulevard.
A few minutes before noon, when the ex-Beatle traditionally asks fans around the world to flash the peace sign and say the words “peace and love” in whatever time zone they’re in, a stream of stars, largely but not...
Capitol Records studio entrance on Yucca Street near Vine Street in Hollywood. The dispute over building a high-rise on the site of the old KFWB News 98 offices (the curved roof building) will soon be decided by the city.