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Flickr 17106 Lisette Street, A.Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons & Claude Oakland 1962-1964
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The Balboa Highlands is a community of approximately 100 homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1962 and 1964. It is one of only three Eichler tract projects in Southern California and the only one in Los Angeles County. The tract features three basic floor plans: a post-and-beam with a flat roof, a low gabled design and a third model with a central gable. The homes feature Douglas fir beams, redwood ceilings, Philippine mahogany paneling, decorative block or brick fireplaces, grooved wood siding and expansive glass walls. The tract consists of 4 main streets: Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue, off Balboa Blvd. in Granada Hills. The tract was officially listed as Los Angeles’ 25th historic preservation overlay zone (HPOZ) and the first postwar neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley to achieve such status.


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Flickr 17106 Lisette Street, A.Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons & Claude Oakland 1962-1964
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The Balboa Highlands is a community of approximately 100 homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1962 and 1964. It is one of only three Eichler tract projects in Southern California and the only one in Los Angeles County. The tract features three basic floor plans: a post-and-beam with a flat roof, a low gabled design and a third model with a central gable. The homes feature Douglas fir beams, redwood ceilings, Philippine mahogany paneling, decorative block or brick fireplaces, grooved wood siding and expansive glass walls. The tract consists of 4 main streets: Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue, off Balboa Blvd. in Granada Hills. The tract was officially listed as Los Angeles’ 25th historic preservation overlay zone (HPOZ) and the first postwar neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley to achieve such status.


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Flickr 17106 Lisette Street, A.Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons & Claude Oakland 1962-1964
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The Balboa Highlands is a community of approximately 100 homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1962 and 1964. It is one of only three Eichler tract projects in Southern California and the only one in Los Angeles County. The tract features three basic floor plans: a post-and-beam with a flat roof, a low gabled design and a third model with a central gable. The homes feature Douglas fir beams, redwood ceilings, Philippine mahogany paneling, decorative block or brick fireplaces, grooved wood siding and expansive glass walls. The tract consists of 4 main streets: Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue, off Balboa Blvd. in Granada Hills. The tract was officially listed as Los Angeles’ 25th historic preservation overlay zone (HPOZ) and the first postwar neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley to achieve such status.


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Flickr 17137 Lisette Street, A.Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons & Claude Oakland 1962-1964
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The Balboa Highlands is a community of approximately 100 homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1962 and 1964. It is one of only three Eichler tract projects in Southern California and the only one in Los Angeles County. The tract features three basic floor plans: a post-and-beam with a flat roof, a low gabled design and a third model with a central gable. The homes feature Douglas fir beams, redwood ceilings, Philippine mahogany paneling, decorative block or brick fireplaces, grooved wood siding and expansive glass walls. The tract consists of 4 main streets: Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue, off Balboa Blvd. in Granada Hills. The tract was officially listed as Los Angeles’ 25th historic preservation overlay zone (HPOZ) and the first postwar neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley to achieve such status.


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Flickr 17154 Lisette Street, A.Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons & Claude Oakland 1962-1964
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The Balboa Highlands is a community of approximately 100 homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1962 and 1964. It is one of only three Eichler tract projects in Southern California and the only one in Los Angeles County. The tract features three basic floor plans: a post-and-beam with a flat roof, a low gabled design and a third model with a central gable. The homes feature Douglas fir beams, redwood ceilings, Philippine mahogany paneling, decorative block or brick fireplaces, grooved wood siding and expansive glass walls. The tract consists of 4 main streets: Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue, off Balboa Blvd. in Granada Hills. The tract was officially listed as Los Angeles’ 25th historic preservation overlay zone (HPOZ) and the first postwar neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley to achieve such status.

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Flickr 17155 Lisette Street, A.Quincy Jones, Frederick Emmons & Claude Oakland 1962-1964
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The Balboa Highlands is a community of approximately 100 homes built by developer Joseph Eichler between 1962 and 1964. It is one of only three Eichler tract projects in Southern California and the only one in Los Angeles County. The tract features three basic floor plans: a post-and-beam with a flat roof, a low gabled design and a third model with a central gable. The homes feature Douglas fir beams, redwood ceilings, Philippine mahogany paneling, decorative block or brick fireplaces, grooved wood siding and expansive glass walls. The tract consists of 4 main streets: Darla Avenue, Lisette Street, Nanette Street, and Jimeno Avenue, off Balboa Blvd. in Granada Hills. The tract was officially listed as Los Angeles’ 25th historic preservation overlay zone (HPOZ) and the first postwar neighborhood in the San Fernando Valley to achieve such status.

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

Located at 735 Rome Drive in the Mt. Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

Located at 735 Rome Drive in the Mt. Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

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Flickr Self-portrait
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Cal State University Dominguez Hills
University Theater
Architect: A. Quincy Jones (1977)
Location: Dominguez Hills (Carson), CA

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Flickr New Blog Post Up
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Leo F. Cain Library
Cal State University Dominguez Hills
Architect: A. Quincy Jones (1971)
Location: Carson, CA

My article on the architecture and history of the Dominguez Hills campus on my blog now. Click here to go there.

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Flickr Quincy Jones - Body Heat
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Flickr Grant House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney Smith 1950
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The Grant House is one of the iconic mid-century homes realized by architects A. Quincy Jones and Whitney Smith as part of their Mutual Housing Association community. The Mutual Housing Association (MHA) came into being when four World War II servicemen, returning from the war front engaged architects A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith, and structural engineer Edgardo Contini to design four houses with a shared swimming pool on an acre of land they were contemplating purchasing in 1946. The novel idea was shared with family and friends, and was written about in local newspapers; over 400 families expressed an interest in joining the collective effort. Thus was born the Mutual Housing Authority, one of the few successful cooperative housing projects in postwar Southern California. The general area would later become known as the Crestwood Hills.


The MHA Master Plan called for the building of 350 small homes ranging in size from 1,000 to 1,500 sq. ft. spread over 800 acres the cooperative had purchased on the edge of the Santa Monica Mountains. Approximately eighty of the MHA designed houses were completed. The experience set a high standard for excellence in tract housing in postwar Southern California.

The Grant House is located at 815 Bramble Way in the Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission.
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Flickr Haas House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney Smith 1950
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The Haas House is one of the iconic mid-century homes realized by architects A. Quincy Jones and Whitney Smith as part of their Mutual Housing Association community. The Mutual Housing Association (MHA) came into being when four World War II servicemen, returning from the war front engaged architects A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith, and structural engineer Edgardo Contini to design four houses with a shared swimming pool on an acre of land they were contemplating purchasing in 1946. The novel idea was shared with family and friends, and was written about in local newspapers; over 400 families expressed an interest in joining the collective effort. Thus was born the Mutual Housing Authority, one of the few successful cooperative housing projects in postwar Southern California. The general area would later become known as the Crestwood Hills.


The MHA Master Plan called for the building of 350 small homes ranging in size from 1,000 to 1,500 sq. ft. spread over 800 acres the cooperative had purchased on the edge of the Santa Monica Mountains. Approximately eighty of the MHA designed houses were completed. The experience set a high standard for excellence in tract housing in postwar Southern California.

The Haas House was designated a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (No. 633) in 1997. Located at 12404 Rochedale Lane in the Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission.
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Flickr Hamma House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney Smith 1951
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One of the relatively few homes in the Crestwood Hills development easily photographed; many of the other iconic homes are hidden in dense shrubbery or behind high fences. The three-bedroom, 2.5 bath home in 1731 sq. ft. most recently sold for $1,575,000 and was described in the listing as “Poised on a promontory in Crestwood Hills, a neighborhood described by Gebhard and Winter in their Los Angeles Architectural Guide as "a remarkable social, planning, and architectural development", the Hamma house was declared Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument No. 797 in 2005, acknowledging its rightful place in the history books as an integral part of modernism's genesis in Southern California. Refurbished and carefully upgraded by the present owner, it offers archetypical mid-century modern architecture, original details, panoramic city and ocean views, and a brilliant blend of static and dynamic interior spaces, expanded by the addition of a master bedroom suite designed by Chris Peck, AIA, and Sergio A. Zeballos. Includes 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, large spa tub in the master bath, energy-saving appliances, photovoltaic solar electric system, and drought-tolerant plantings”.

The Hamma House is a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument (No. 797), located at 12401 Deerbrook Lane in the Crestwood Hills neighborhood of Brentwood, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission.
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Flickr Mutual Housing Authority Site Office, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney R. Smith 1948
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The Mutual Housing Association (MHA) came into being when four World War II servicemen, returning from the warfront engaged architects A. Quincy Jones, Whitney R. Smith, and structural engineer Edgardo Contini to design four houses with a shared swimming pool on an acre of land they were contemplating purchasing in 1946. The novel idea was shared with family and friends, and was written about in local newspapers; over 400 families expressed an interest in joining the collective effort. Thus was born the Mutual Housing Authority, one of the few successful cooperative housing projects in postwar Southern California. The general area would later become known as the Crestwood Hills.
The MHA Master Plan called for the building of 350 small homes ranging in size from 1,000 to 1,500 sq. ft. spread over 800 acres the cooperative had purchased on the edge of the Santa Monica Mountains. Approximately eighty of the MHA designed houses were completed. The experience set a high standard for excellence in tract housing in postwar Southern California.

I had the pleasure of meeting architect and author Cory Buckner today at the Crestwood Hills Recreation Center in which she was giving a lecture on her recently completed book, Crestwood Hills: The Chronicle of a Modern Utopia. Cory is the owner of one of the original Crestwood Hills homes.

The MHA Site Office is located at 990 Hanley Avenue in Brentwood, California.
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Flickr With Quincy Jones
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What a thrill it was to meet Q!!
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Flickr Quincy Jones
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18 juillet
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Flickr Erickson Hall (Mandeville Center for the Arts)
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University of California at San Diego, Muir College
Architect: A. Quincy Jones (1975)
Location: La Jolla (San Diego), CA

Late AQJ... To be honest, I love this architect and his work is among my favorites. But this is not my favorite building on campus, and it's one of my least favorite projects by this architect. Very difficult to photograph.

Departments of Visual Arts & Music

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Flickr Quincy Jones and Robert Osborne
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Quincy Jones being interviewed by Robert Osborne before screening of The Pawnbroker.
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Flickr Quincy Jones
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Quincy Jones being interviewed by Robert Osborne before screening of The Pawnbroker.
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Flickr Fuller House, A. Quincy Jones and Frederick E. Emmons 1948-49
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Although much of the house is blocked from our view by gates and shrubbery, one can get a glimpse and perhaps appreciate the architecture of the house if you stand on your tiptoes. Located at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon neighborhood of Glendale, California.
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Flickr Pilot House, A. Quincy Jones & Whitney Smith 1948
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Architects A. Quincy Jones and partner Whitney Smith designed the post-and-beam style house in 1948 as a case study for the Crestwood Hills development, a "slice of Utopia" in Brentwood, which boasted 160 houses that were modest in size, but elevated inexpensive building materials into sophisticated post-and-beam "jewel boxes". The 2-bedroom house in 1524 sq.ft. is currently (August 2015) on the market listed for sale for $1, 125,000. The house was declared a Los Angeles Historic-Cultural Monument in 2002 (No. 717).

Located at 735 Rome Drive in the Mt. Washington neighborhood of Los Angeles, California. Please do not use this image in any media without my permission. © All rights reserved.

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Flickr A. Quincy Jones
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Building for a Better Living (1913-1979) Hammer Museum, Los Angeles
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Flickr Quincy Jones and Friends ACS 100th Concert
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Quincy Jones and James Ingram
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Flickr Quincy Jones and Friends ACS 100th Concert
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Quincy Jones
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Flickr Don't Forget Your Roots: Quincy Jones of Prepster Punk
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New project by Kimmie Nguyen of the2fs called "Don't Forget Your Roots" provides insight and an outlook from local artists, bloggers. chefs and awesomely successful people before they became who they are today.

Read the second post featuring Quincy Jones of Prepster Punk: the2fs.com/dontforgetyourroots/prepsterpunk

Kimmie Nguyen is a food and fashion enthusiast from Springfield, Virginia. Follow her travels around the world: Website | @the2Fs

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Flickr Kent Speakman, Quincy Jones, Cher Calvin
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Flickr Quincy Jones - They Call Me Mister Tibbs!
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Flickr A. Quincy Jones. Mutual Housing Association #5
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Flickr "razzamatazz"
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Design by Mother Nature. Music by Quincy Jones.
thanks for your visit. I wish you a fabulous day.

enjoy the track. cheers!
www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qdep_L7WKSE

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Flickr A. Quincy Jones 1957
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Flickr Nile Rodgers Cerrone, Quincy Jones
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Nile Rodger, Cirrone and Quincy Jones stage right Martha Wash on stage getting crowd going during Freak Out Dance Party concert in Montreux
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Flickr AKG Q701 QUINCY JONES
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Flickr LEGENDS: Quincy Jones
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One of my ALL TIME favorites...Quincy Jones. 8.5" pastel portrait done on black paper.
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Flickr Quincy Jones..
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Mawzaine 2011
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Architects: A. Quincy Jones & Frederick Emmons (1962)
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Architects: A. Quincy Jones & Frederick Emmons (1962)
Location: Orange, CA

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Flickr Quincy Jones - Henry Weinacker
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Henry Weinacker Quincy Jones
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Flickr Architect Quincy Jones Barbeques Steak In The Living Room Of His Self-Designed House, 1958
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In the days before smoke alarms! Life Picture Cookbook
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Legendary jazz musician, producer and arranger Quincy Jones was photographed at the Concorde Hotel in Berlin, Germany during an interview.
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Legendary jazz musician, producer and arranger Quincy Jones was photographed at the Concorde Hotel in Berlin, Germany during an interview.
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Legendary jazz musician, producer and arranger Quincy Jones gestures with his hand at the Concorde Hotel in Berlin, Germany during an interview.
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Legendary jazz musician, producer and arranger Quincy Jones gestures with his hand at the Concorde Hotel in Berlin, Germany during an interview.
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Flickr Quincy Jones / Mellow Madness
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ARTIST: Quincy Jones
TITLE: Mellow Madness
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Flickr Jones Residence - Los Angeles - A. Quincy Jones indoor grilling
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Architect: A Quincy Jones

Built: 1954
Destroyed by fire in 1961

From: Life - 1955

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Flickr A. Quincy Jones Neighborhood in Oceanside, CA
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Ignore the bay window. ;)
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Flickr A. Quincy Jones Neighborhood in Oceanside, CA
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This one was a foreclosure for sale, so it gave me a chance to walk around back and take a shot of the wall of glass. Though it could definitely use some (ok, a lot!) of TLC this one was in better shape than many of the other ones that had been remuddled.
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One of the few flat roof models that still looked ok.
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Flickr A. Quincy Jones Neighborhood in Oceanside, CA
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I went to check out this A. Quincy Jones tract home development up in Oceanside, CA today. Most of the homes were in pretty bad shape, either by neglect or insensitive remodel. There were only a few worth capturing, but it was still great to go see them.
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Flickr Quincy Jones visits the manufacture AUDEMARS PIGUET
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Wearing a "Millenary Quincy Jones" watch. (c) Audemars Piguet
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Flickr Quincy Jones
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north sea jazz festival 2010
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Flickr Kett House- A. Quincy Jones & Frederick E. Emmons, Architects 1950
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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. As of February 17, 2011, it was available for lease for $3075/mo.

The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

The house has been renovated adding modern amenities (including a new kitchen) yet retains much of its original character. The indoor-outdoor relationship is evident in this photo.

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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. As of February 17, 2011, it was available for lease for $3075/mo.

The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

The house is available for lease for $3075 (as of February 21, 2011) per month; an opportunity to live in a mid-century masterpiece in the highly-desirable neighborhood of Chevy Chase Canyon in Glendale, California. (adjacent to the Chevy Chase Country Club). Know anyone who might be interested?

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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. As of February 17, 2011, it was available for lease for $3075/mo.

The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. As of February 17, 2011, it was available for lease for $3075/mo.

The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. As of February 17, 2011, it was available for lease for $3075/mo.

The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

The house is currently (February 2011) available for lease at $3075 per month. There are four bedrooms and three baths, a new kitchen, attached garage and family room. Located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in Glendale, California.

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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. As of February 17, 2011, it was available for lease for $3075/mo.

The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

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Quincy Jones and Marcus Fontain
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Flickr Michael Jackson, I N V I N C I B L E
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Michael had an incredible talent, force and energy.
He was unique and incincible, he was the King of Pop.

Please, don't miss my other MJ portraits:

- M J - Eternal Hurt Child: www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/3728685685

- M J - Heal the world: www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/3677029800

- M J - Text Portrait: www.flickr.com/photos/benheine/3668777383
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We Had Him

By Maya Angelou (*)

Beloveds, now we know that we know nothing, now that our bright and shining star can slip away from our fingertips like a puff of summer wind.

Without notice, our dear love can escape our doting embrace. Sing our songs among the stars and walk our dances across the face of the moon.

In the instant that Michael is gone, we know nothing. No clocks can tell time. No oceans can rush our tides with the abrupt absence of our treasure.

Though we are many, each of us is achingly alone, piercingly alone.

Only when we confess our confusion can we remember that he was a gift to us and we did have him.

He came to us from the creator, trailing creativity in abundance.

Despite the anguish, his life was sheathed in mother love, family love, and survived and did more than that.

He thrived with passion and compassion, humor and style. We had him whether we know who he was or did not know, he was ours and we were his.

We had him, beautiful, delighting our eyes.

His hat, aslant over his brow, and took a pose on his toes for all of us.

And we laughed and stomped our feet for him.

We were enchanted with his passion because he held nothing. He gave us all he had been given.

Today in Tokyo, beneath the Eiffel Tower, in Ghana's Black Star Square.

In Johannesburg and Pittsburgh, in Birmingham, Alabama, and Birmingham, England

We are missing Michael.

But we do know we had him, and we are the world.



(*) Dr. Maya Angelou is an American poet born in 1928. She is known as one of the great voices of contemporary literature. As a poet, educator, historian, best-selling author, actress, playwright, civil-rights activist, producer and director, she continues to travel the world, spreading her wisdom. Within the rhythm of her poetry and elegance of her prose lies Angelou's power to help readers of every orientation span the lines of race.

The above poem was written by Maya Angelou for Michael Jackson's public memorial at the Staples Center in Los Angeles. It was read by Queen Latifah, one of the many celebrities that paid tribute to the King of Pop.

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The poem appeared on www.mtv.com

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Quincy Jones, Lorenzo Neal, Patricia Henry
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Flickr Yoko Ono & Quincy Jones at NAMM 2010
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Yoko Ono & Quincy Jones at NAMM following a presentation about the importance of music education during a NAMM Show presentation January 14 2010 at the Anaheim Convention Center.

Photographer: Anne Terada
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Flickr Back Stage thanking Quincy Jones
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Flickr Quincy Jones
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Jazz and music legend Quincy Jones makes his acceptance speech digitally for his Outstanding Achievement Award at the Seattle City of Music Awards.
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Flickr Quincy Jones Big Band Bossa Nova
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Flickr Quincy Jones / In The Heat Of The Night
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ARTIST: Quincy Jones
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Flickr A. Quincy Jones designed home
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one of four in Portland.
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Flickr Michael Jackson with Quincy Jones
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Here is a set of photos dedicated to Michael Jackson, an amazing musician and performer, and an amazing humanitarian. These pictures have been collected from numerous magazines and newspapers.

Rest in peace Michael! You will be missed and never forgotten.

Stu :-)
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The great Quincy Jones making the opening speech at SXSW in Austin, Tx 2009.
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The great Quincy Jones making the opening speech at SXSW in Austin, Tx 2009.
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Flickr Deseo
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Desire, Désir, Wunsch, Desig, Quero, Desiderio, Desejo, Verlangen...

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Flickr Quincy Jones
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American jazz master Quincy Jones, at TED2009
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Flickr Quincy Jones
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American jazz master Quincy Jones, at TED2009
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Flickr JOHN GLENN ET NEIL ARMSTRONG AVEC QUINCY JONES
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Le 25 septembre 2008, Quincy Jones remet un disque de platine à John Glenn et Neil Armstrong pour le titre ''Fly me to the moon''
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Flickr GoodatMagic.com: Quincy Jones Thriller
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Flickr A. Quincy Jones home
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Flickr Quincy Jones / The Slender Thread
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Flickr Quincy Jones's Buddy
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I met this guy in Central Park and I asked to take a photo of him. He told me that he used to play in a band with Quincy Jones in Paris and London and that he was also an actor. If you look really carefully he also has really long nose hair.
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Flickr Kett House- A. Quincy Jones & Frederick E. Emmons, Architects 1950
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During the years 1950-1969, the prolific partnership of A. Quincy Jones and Frederick Emmons was responsible for the design of approximately 5,000 modern homes. In 1969, the firm was recognized as the 'AIA Firm of the Year', the same year that Emmons retired. The firm was noted for their pioneering work in bringing stylish architecture to a level of affordability that could be enjoyed by middle-income families. During his long career, Jones also partnered with Paul R. Williams on several project in Palm Springs including the Palm Springs Tennis Club, participated in the Case Study House program and was professor and Dean at the University of Southern California School of Architecture from 1951-1967.

The Kett House is located at 1709 Golf Club Drive in the Chevy Chase Canyon area of Glendale, CA. The firm also designed two other Glendale homes, the Fuller House at 3068 Chevy Chase Drive and the Leavitt House at 1919 Bayberry Drive.

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