Vine Street (35 images)
Things have changed. In 1945, Tom Breneman opened his restaurant in a converted bowling alley on this corner, to house his wildly popular radio show "Breakfast in Hollywood" that ran from 1941 to 1948. He had ten million listeners. Jimmy Durante and Andy Devine and Orson Welles would drop by. So would Frank Sinatra and Nat King Cole, to sing a bit. Breneman created his own magazine covering the show, and there was a movie too. And then it was all gone. Vine Street just north of...