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The NoHo Business Improvement District (NoHo BID) and www.nohoartsdistrict.com have teamed up to offer the NoHo Card to residents and theatre and arts lovers as an incentive to visit and explore the NoHo Arts District in North Hollywood. The NoHo Card encourages visitors because it is a discount program providing incredible savings on theatre, dance, restaurants, clothing and services from more than 50 businesses in the NoHo Arts District. Best of all, the NoHo Card is FREE and can be picked up easily at any one of the participating businesses.
The NoHo BID and www.nohoartsdistrict.com created this special partnership because both entities are devoted to the improvement, promotion and prosperity of the businesses that make up the NoHo Arts District. The NoHo Card program's goal is to bring visitors to NoHo to explore the unique, one-of-a-kind businesses found in the only all-inclusive arts district in Los Angeles.
"We understand this is a difficult time for the neighborhood and for businesses and want to give both all the help we can with their marketing efforts." Katie Gibson, NoHo BID Project Manager.
"We were careful with our program and chose not to do a huge, one-time discount like Group On," says www.nohoartsdistrict.com Editor-in-Chief Nancy Bianconi. "Our our goal with the NoHo Card is to offer a long-term, consistent discount so folks will enjoy more of the arts district, and more often."
*Discounts are at the businesses' discretion and are subject to change at any time.
*For questions on discount go directly to the participating business.
*Discounts cannot be combined with any other offer.
*The NoHo BID, NoHo Arts District.com, and all participating businesses, reserve the right to change the program or cancel participation in the program at any time.
In April 2007, 168 North Hollywood property owners voted to approve the establishment of the North Hollywood Business Improvement District (NOHO BID). The NOHO BID consists of all property within an area that includes: Lankershim Boulevard between Cumpston Street and Camarillo Drive and Magnolia Boulevard from Vineland Avenue to Tujunga Avenue. It was originally a three year BID that has been renewed for an additional five years. The NoHo BID's core purpose is to Lead the Continual Enhancement of North Hollywood as a Flourishing and Trendsetting Center for Arts, Culture and Commerce.
The NoHo Arts District is a one-mile community in North Hollywood, CA home to more than 20 live, professional theatres, art galleries, dance studios, music recording venues, vintage boutiques and a myriad of dining options. Since 1998, www.nohoartsdistrict.com has forged a strong following of arts lovers and local Los Angeles residents who use the site as a source for theatre, things to do in the District, places to dine and local businesses to frequent. With a growing circle of visitors, subscribers, friends and followers, news and events from nohoartsdistrict.com reaches a wide audience of arts patrons from all over greater Los Angeles, folks in the NoHo Arts District and across the San Fernando Valley.
Some Like It Freaky By Christine Palau In writer-director, Adam Neubauer's play, MELODRAMA, which runs through March 12 at Zombie Joe's Underground, John (Robert Walters) suffers mild bouts of hysteria after his father's death a couple years earlier. His inept struggle to find his dad’s assassin lends itself to a deluge of perversity and high-jinx. Part musical, part sitcom, it's the quintessential, self-conscious, Valley romp that both haters and 818-ers are sure to get a kick out of. It's Weho Meets Noho...with a dash of Chatsworth.