North Hollywood News

Tuesday, 15 February 2011 20:13

Measure L

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Measure LMany local residents are concerned about the North Hollywood Library services being cut.  The latest gossip we've heard is the library is going to be made into a Fitness Center!  All kidding aside, we wanted to provide our community with some concrete information about Measure L. 
Saturday, 12 February 2011 11:36

Charlie Sheen Moves to North Hollywood?

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Susan Begley, publicist for Charlie Sheen told the press that Charlie just purchased a home in North Hollywood.  He and his new family of 6 porn star wives will share a cozy home starting July 2011.  
Saturday, 12 February 2011 11:19

Patience Needed for Magnolia Construction

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Go to LADWP HomepageThe Los Angeles Department of Water and Power (DWP) is scheduled in March to replace approximately 3,000 feet of 8-inch water main on Magnolia Blvd. from Vineland Ave. to Cahuenga Blvd. contacted Gabriel Vargas, Civil Engineering Assoicate from DWP to get answers to questions asked by local residents.
Saturday, 12 February 2011 11:13

Box, LaBonge, O'Grady Face Off on the ARTS

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Who will you vote for in the March 8 election for City Council Member for the 4th District? Check out how the candidates feel about the arts.

The first time Kayla Brackson got a glimpse of Britney Spears' "I'm a Slave 4 U" video, she knew she had to learn the dance. So Kayla, who was only in middle school at the time and not allowed to watch anything Britney-related, grabbed her Walkman, snuck out to the tree house in her backyard and secretly practiced the steps over and over again.
Monday, 07 February 2011 10:44

11th Annual Starlight Jazz Serenade

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bwjazzJust a friendly reminder to purchase your tickets by 2/10/11.  Please join us for Hands For Hope's 11th Annual Starlight Jazz Serenade at the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences in the North Hollywood Music & Arts District.
Monday, 07 February 2011 10:28

The Egyptian Protestors are protecting the ART

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The world has witnessed an unprecedented popular action in the streets of Egypt.  Led by Egypt's youth, with their justified demands for more freedom, more democracy, lower prices for necessities and more employment opportunities.  These youths demanded immediate and far-reaching changes. This was met by violent conflicts with the police, who were routed.  
Monday, 31 January 2011 12:45

Killer Crosswalks

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Hi NoHo Arts,  Do you know the crosswalk on Magnolia and Blakeslee? It's out of control.  I guess no one cares until someone is hurt. But seriously, this has been going on for at least 9 years since I've lived here. How many times have you crossed it while crossing your fingers that you make it to the other side without being plowed down? 
Wednesday, 26 January 2011 16:06

A Community Garden for NOHO?

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John Kieffer is a resident in the NoHo Arts District and contacted to find out what we have to do for NoHo to have a Community Garden.  Here is what he had to say....
Tuesday, 25 January 2011 09:06

Outrageous: Traffic Tickets Fees Raised!

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Thanks, Cathy Wayne for thinking about your fellow NoHo Residents.  It is so timely and important - I did a reprint for viewers: It looks like tickets just got a lot more expensive. Go California! We always lead the nation.  California Traffic Tickets Fines Effective 01/06/2011 BE VERY CAREFUL OUT THERE! "FLOORING IT ON CAR FINES."  
North Hollywood West Neighorhood CouncilThe NoHoWest NC is officially Certified as the 93rd Neighborhood Council in the City of Los Angeles, also making us the last Certified Neighborhood Council in the San Fernando Valley!  
Monday, 17 January 2011 21:03

The California Budget: A World Without Libraries

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LAT Central Library.bmpWhat's going on in California regarding its libraries is pretty terrible. For a start, the new governor Jerry Brown has a $25.4 billion shortfall, and his proposed budget doesn't cut library spending -- it eliminates it. By doing that, he'll save $30 million, according to the Los Angeles Times.
Over the years it's still very strange for me to understand why some people just won't call the police. It doesn't matter if it is a minor incident or one that is a life or death situation.  In some neighborhoods, some people just won't get involved.
Monday, 10 January 2011 10:32

Million Plates for the Arts

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It's a crucial time for the arts in California. Our economy relies on creative minds, artistic organizations and innovative workers, yet our per capita state investment in the arts is the lowest in the nation. But there’s something each Californian can do to turn this around …
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