Ms. Pounder's West Adams
The actress serves as chairperson for a neighborhood art tour
When a magazine interviews a celebrity, the interview will very often press to find out the famous person's favorite brand of dish soap or must-have socks.
That's all well and good and, yep, we've gone out and bought the socks after reading those articles. But we're keen to know about deeper matters, like place, and why a celebrity feels drawn to living in and supporting a specific area. And especially if that area is hallowed for history and creativity and some truly spectacular, wood-and-stained-glass-laden homes.
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