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 by Lisa Newton

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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