This photo says it all. A homeless man with all his worldly possessions dancing in front of the permanently closed Rockwell Table and Stage in Los Feliz Village. The theatre may have gone dark, but the “entertainment” continues on the street in front of it.
One of the largest industries in Southern California is the travel and tourism industry. In 2019 tourism created 535,000 jobs and brought 36 billion dollars into the Los Angeles economy.
2020 has been a year none of us will ever forget. While people have different ideas on why it has happened, and some believe that it is necessary, the rights and freedoms that the US prizes so much have been under attack.
Through the lockdowns of 2020 we’ve seen the destruction of almost everything Los Angeles has to offer as a city. Here we look at how the once beautiful Echo Park has been destroyed.
2020 is the year the Grinch Stole Christmas. But the Grinch isn’t the green monster out of the Dr. Seuss children’s story. The Grinch of 2020 wears a white lab coat or a suit and says he is here to protect us.
One of the first things to be closed down when COVID-19 was declared a global pandemic was the Santa Monica Pier.
If there is anything positive about the COVID-19 quarantine that can be said at all, it’s that it resulted in being able to get some once in a lifetime photos.
Happy days are here again! After three long months of closure due to the COVID-19 quarantine, the Santa Monica Pier has officially reopened.
Our video opens with footage and photos of Santa Monica in February 2020. The beauty of this top tourist destination and the happiness of the 23,000 people that visit it daily is apparent.
As the quarantine restrictions were starting to lift, I went down Los Angeles Fashion District to see what the re-opening and the “new normal” was like.