January 17, 2002
The right combination of atmosphere, bookings and clientele creates a sense of community at several local clubs. Some worth checking out: Dragonfly, 6510 Santa Monica Blvd., Hollywood. (323) 466-6111. Hard-rockers' home away from home. Features the weekly Pretty Ugly Club and shows by veteran booker Dayle Gloria. Over 21. The Garage, 4519 Santa Monica Blvd., Silver Lake. (323) 662-6166. Local underground rock, punk and dance music draw a range of colorful scenesters. Over 21.
March 11, 2004 |
Moments into Stars' lush album "Heart," you think the sap starts to ooze. Each member of the Montreal quartet issues an introduction: "I am Evan, this is my heart; I am Amy, this is my heart," and so on. Cute ... or not. By the end, "Heart" is neither precious nor overwrought, the band's collection of sweets having folded the myth of love into songs that use melody as subterfuge and beauty as camouflage.
CALIFORNIA | LOCAL
March 3, 1992
The Southern California Veterinary Medical Assn., in cooperation with the Los Angeles Departments of Animal Regulation and Recreation and Parks, is scheduling eight low-cost rabies vaccination clinics for dogs beginning Saturday. All dogs that are 4 months or older must be vaccinated against rabies under state, county and city ordinances. Rabies vaccinations provide protection for one year for dogs 4 months to 12 months old, and for three years for dogs 1 year old and older.
March 10, 1994 |
Perhaps because Silver Lake rates as a low-key locale on the hipster club spectrum, Pan--a new Thursday night club at Dreamz--is a comfortably inviting scene. With its truck-stop interior and drab decor, Pan is a great example of how a venue can spring to life with a bit of ingenuity and some good music.
HOME & GARDEN
December 6, 2007 |
Andy Griffith and Rose Apodaca opened their first A+R store in a tiny space on Silver Lake Boulevard, showcasing international designs for the home including cutting-edge Czech ceramics and the in-your-face products of London manufacturer Suck UK. Now, Westside residents can get a taste of the couple's cool-seeker sensibility in a new Venice location. The space, designed by L.A.
December 29, 2012 |
The Henry Clay People performed on New Year's Eve at the Satellite last year, and by all accounts it was a Champagne-saturated bacchanal of indie rockers letting their hair down. They'll reprise it this year with a set to wrap up their December residency, which is celebrating their 10th anniversary as a band. Torches, Kissing Cousins and the Lonely Wild join them, and if your heart still lies with fuzz-blasted rock tunes and stage-diving frontmen, this is where you want to watch the ball drop (or ignore the ball-drop to spray someone with PBR)
January 8, 1995
The Los Angeles Department of City Planning will hold a series of open houses on proposed changes to the Northeast Los Angeles Community Plan. Residents are invited to the open houses to receive information on proposed changes to the 15-year-old plan regarding zoning, land-use policies and plan objectives and programs. The plan is a part of the city's General Plan, which guides development of the community.
September 12, 2002
Materials & Applications, an architecture and landscape research center, will have a working model of an experimental structure on view as well as two installations opening today and continuing through Sept. 21 at 1619 Silver Lake Blvd., Los Angeles. The exhibits are "Skinn,"a work that links the unconscious mind to architecture and fashion, and "Eclipse," an outdoor media-scape. Call Jenna Beaufils of Fountainhead, (323) 913-0915; www.emanate.org.
October 28, 1993 |
It's designed to bring the neighborhood together and then scare everyone. The Lucky Nun Gallery in Silver Lake has planned an evening of Halloween and Day of the Dead readings Friday night. "We have a lot of scary stuff here," said Tony Exter, one of the gallery's two co-managers. Author Judith Dancoff and a friend will be reading "The Witch," a short story by classic horror writer Shirley Jackson, and actor David Wohl will read a story by Paul Bowles.