Ellen Windheim
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Baptized by Dunkin Donuts at Hollywood Beach Theatre

hollywood beach A walk along the newly upgraded Hollywood Broadwalk never fails to delight.

With the full moon casting its magic ( and blessings), on the ocean- side activities, a crowd of many on-lookers had gathered at the Hollywood Beach Theatre: the outdoor bandshell memorialized in that steamy crime mystery flick, Body Double. Many, like me, attracted by the music, or just the curiosity about an Event.

Then, I saw the banner, proclaiming a baptism on the Beach, sponsored by those papal hounds, Dunkin Donuts??? First, DD announces that they will ban transfats in their donuts, appealing to adherents of diet orthodoxy. Now, they’re wooing the baptismal crowd, complete with Christian rock band. And everyone, whatever their state of attire, or religious affiliation, wore smiles on their faces!

And that’s why I love the Hollywood Boardwalk! You never know what you’re going to find.

  1. Debra Bernstein

    Thanks for your blog. You made me realize that I need to go for a walk on the boardwalk. It has been way too long. I haven’t been there for years.

  2. Ellen Windheim

    I’m so thrilled you left a comment! Debra, I was so excited that you not only read my blog, but responded– a personal voice from out there in the blogosphere- and thought about visiting the boardwalk yourself.

    I’d be happy to meet you there, I’ve been a frequent boardwalker, jogger, roller blader (the last, not so frequent) for the past 25 years.

  3. Tammy Schweitzer LLC


    Hi, I lived in Hollywood for 25 years, my kids and all of my friends and their children often met on the beach, the Hollywood walking path with a width of a city street is practicaly a free event if not for parking charge. Let’s meet at the band shell and people watch….

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