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The Secret of Hollywood’s Oldest Restaurant? Don’t Change Anything

Musso & Frank’s career arc has spanned almost a century

Your Guide to a Vintage Valentine’s Weekend

Fourteen ways to celebrate February 14 in classic style
Cinecon Classic Film Festival

Dine Like a Silent Movie Star at These 11 Film Locations Turned Restaurants

Cinecon Film Festival Tour visits Chaplin's, Keaton's, and Lloyd's Hollywood

Time Frame: Charlie Chaplin Studios, 97 Years Ago and Now

When the Jim Henson Company bought a former film studio in 1999, it dressed a statue of Kermit as the Little Tramp in honor of the lot’s founder

Slide Show: Beverly Hills Turns 100

Enjoy these ultra-rare snaps of Charlie Chaplin lunching, Mary Pickford greeting the census man, and a long-gone tiki palace on Rodeo Drive

Charlie Chaplin and The Natural History Museum

The museum has acquired an original photo of their "Tramp" outfit, the only complete costume for the Chaplin character still around

Becoming Los Angeles Opens At The Natural History Museum

The century-old institution houses 35 million objects. Here are some of our favorites.

The Essential Movie Library #15: City Lights (1931)

Charlie Chaplin’s little tramp conspires to give a blind flower girl back her sight and also to give the movies back their hush after they irrevocably had entered the era of sound.