Archive for East Hollywood

Travelin’ Local Walking Tours are on Sale for Thanksgiving

Nov 25, 2010 by Lisa Newton

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Even with the smell of turkey in the air, thoughts might be leaning toward tomorrow.
Unless you live under a rock, you know that this Friday is commonly known as Black Friday, [...]

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CicLAvia = No Cars and Social Integration

Oct 04, 2010 by Lisa Newton

What is CicLAvia?
It’s Los Angeles’ first “open-street” celebration day. On Sunday, October 10th, 2010, 7 ½ miles of streets, from Boyle Heights to East Hollywood, will be closed to motorized traffic, meaning car-free, from 10:00am [...]

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Color comes alive in East Hollywood

Dec 14, 2009 by Lisa Newton

In the city the size of Los Angeles, with a population of over 10 million, the 51,000 people who call East Hollywood home is a small number; only half a percent of our total population.
With [...]

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Creating a Michael Jackson Mural

Dec 09, 2009 by Lisa Newton

The idea and reality of having our urban and public landscape as a place to display, create, and to appreciate art is ingrained in the heart of LA. Aptly labeled—Public Art—allows people the ability to [...]

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The History of a Theater, and the of creation of a Cinemiracle

Dec 05, 2009

Located in East Hollywood and built in 1924 by brick manufactures, Henry C. Jensen & Sons, the Jansen Melrose Theater was supposed to be “a better class” neighborhood movie theater.
The Melrose Theater had a 2 [...]

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