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CurbedWire: Weird Night on Wilshire, Neutra Fundraiser

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WILSHIRE BLVD: Here's a strange story for you. Last night, we were driving on Wilshire Blvd at about 8pm when a huge flashing image of a cartoon-like figure appeared on the side of 6360 Wilshire Blvd. It looked like some sort of test or demonstration. Hmmm. Pulling over, we walked to the parking lot where a group of people were gathered around a projector, which was shooting images along the side of the building. We immediately recognized Mike McNeilly, the 1969 Lady Liberty guy, among the group, but we couldn't definitely confirm it was McNeilly (but unless he has a twin, it was him) because everyone was packing up and leaving. We spoke with one young guy, who said he ran the company--this is a company that projects ads at events, like corporate logos inside clubs, he told us. McNeilly didn't return our calls today, but one of his business partners told us that Mike does all sorts of different work. But why were you working with another company, one that projects images, Mike? And are we becoming paranoid? Absolutely. (Cell phone picture of blank wall taken after everyone left) [Curbed Staff]

SILVER LAKE: Courtesy of Cal Poly Pomona’s College of Environmental Design, there's a cocktail party and fundraiser for Neutra VDL House at the end of the month. Via the invite: "An Evening with Richard Longstreth, professor at George Washington University and one of America's leading architectural historians..Tuesday March 31, 2009 from 7pm to 9pm Cost: $50/ person (all proceeds will go towards the repair and maintenance of the Neutra VDL House.) Address: 2300 Silver Lake Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90039. RSVP: (909) 869-4629" [Curbed InBox]