The Los Feliz Village Business Improvement District presents the 19th Annual Los Feliz Village Street Fair, this Sunday, July 22, 2012. According to police estimates, last year’s attendance was about 20,000 people strong. The event is held on Hollywood Blvd, between Hillhurst and Vermont Avenues. As posted on the LFBID’s website, “[Los Feliz] is a kind of community that celebrates its uniqueness and the biggest expression of that is the Los Feliz Village Street Fair!”
07.20.12 | Art, Bars & Restaurants, Community, Entertainment, Food | Lou Golshan
Vogue and Vino, an up and coming interesting blog, covers various topics meshing fashion and wine. In their last week’s post, they blogged about Los Feliz and LosFelizToday, and all that it has to offer in the world of fashion. We have re-posted the article here…enjoy!
04.3.12 | Bars & Restaurants, Community, Entertainment | Lou Golshan
Los Feliz based production company CoActive Content and The American Latino Theater present a new co-production of the critically acclaimed play The King of the Desert at the historic El Portal Theatre. The play is written by Stacey Martino, stars Rene Rivera and directed by award winning director, Sal Romeo all Lifetime Members of The Actors Studio and longtime Los Feliz residents. The set is designed by Danuta Tomzynski, built by Michael Brainard with video art by Mat Hale, all also Los Feliz residents. The production is offering a discount for Los Feliz Today readers in an effort to share the work of local artists with their community.
10.25.11 | Art, Community, Entertainment | Alex Golshan
Oh the weather outside is frightful, but the Los Feliz Village is so delightful, And since there’s no place I’d rather go… SO, put on your coats & hats to head out to the Los Feliz Village Holiday Festival on Saturday, December 4, 2010
12.2.10 | Community, Entertainment | Lou Golshan
There’s a stink of corruption in the offices of the World Bank, the world’s premiere development agency, as a young, idealistic Midwesterner falls under the influence of the World Bank’s powerful new Director. Loosely inspired by Paul Wolfowitz’s brief tenure as World Bank Director, INFLUENCE is the final play in Bitterman’s celebrated Iraq War trilogy, which also includes the plays, HARM’S WAY and MAN.GOV.
03.22.10 | Entertainment | Alex Golshan