Yesterday, nearly 4,000 people RSVP’ed to the official “opening” of Projection LA. On April 26, 2015, the adjacent residential street of Bates in the East Hollywood neighborhood Silver Lake was blocked off for viewers to marvel at the installation up close.
On February 15, 2015, from 11am to 5pm, two hundred exhibitors of zines and small press publications and thousands visitors will gather at the Homenetmen Center in Glassell Park for the fourth annual LA Zine Fest. Admission is free and open to all ages!
Located in the Historic Core of Downtown LA, the agency has its advantages when it comes to old Hollywood history, gorgeous architecture, amazing eateries, and a booming art scene. Well, if ever there was a time to dust off the top hat, it is now.
In an effort to revitalize and restore this area of DTLA, councilman Huizar is leading a decade-long effort towards “Bringing Back Broadway”. Below is a direct quote from the website, which aims to restore, preserve, and light up the signs and many of the historic buildings and theaters, in addition to bringing back the streetcar that was once used for public transit before the advent of automobiles! Imagine walking down the street as it was a century ago, glittering and glorious with lighted marquises, and the sounds of vaudevillian music and streetcar bells filling the night air!