4444 Lankershim Blvd
Toluca Lake CA 91602
10747 Magnolia Boulevard
North Hollywood, CA 91601
When I was in college and grad school, research was for papers, and papers had to be carefully defended. I had to read all or part of several books and/or articles for each paper and provide a bibliography.
Recently called "Darlings of the Fashion World” So Cal based band Early Morning Rebel is proud of its LA roots but their soulful sound has universal appeal and has been winning hearts in Europe as well as the U.S. We caught up with EMR lead guitar player Dustin Bath fresh off the fashion show runway world of London and Paris Fashion week.
We are more than six months into the new year and we continue to see a reduction in crime in North Hollywood (week ending July 21st, 2012). We have an area of the San Fernando Valley approximately 24 square miles with a large residential and business community that seems to grow daily.
Yes, we have tons of history in North Hollywood. We are lucky to have Valley Relics in NoHo - a personal collection of rare photos, yearbooks, documents, postcards, toys, photo negatives, vintage signs, books, antiques and artifacts from the 1800s to present from the San Fernando Valley.
Wednesday, April 18, Dick Clark died of a massive heart attack at the age of 82. Dick Clark was an entertainment icon who brought joy to millions of people for six decades, including many of us right here in North Hollywood.
Well the North Hollywood community just got a new hangout. The Brickyard is an upscale pub that just opened at 11130 Magnolia Blvd. (a few doors east of Lankershim Blvd.).
mylittlebrother have released their emotion filled EP ‘Nosedive’. It is a is very Beatle-esque bunch of songs, letting the listener become immediately familiar with its tone and sound. The band have taken their influences, added their own style and have created something not to be taken lightly. What makes it even better is that it isn't only one style, at times it can come across slightly folksy adding a more poetic side to the songs.
As a teen in the early 90’s, with a flair for the English language, Lindsay William-Ross never imagined her future would end up like this: no, she’s not addicted and destitute, not broken or battered, she’s a writer. More specifically, she’s the Editor-in-Chief of LAist.com, one of Los Angeles’ most fashionable news and events websites, profiling everything Angeleno.