With over 75,000 Angelenos about to hit the street in the historic Broadway Theatre District on January 27th for Night on Broadway, there will be confusion… whether or not you plan to attend. Here is a guide to help make the blockbuster street festival as enjoyable as possible.
Mark your calendars for January 27th when an anticipated 75,000 Angelenos will hit the Los Angeles Broadway Theatre District for a music and cultural festival to beat all.
If there is one section of Downtown Los Angeles that really smells good, it’s the LA Flower District. Located on the edge of the Fashion District, it houses approximately 200 flower dealers.
Anyone in LA is aware of the contruction boom we have had going on in DTLA for some years now. And this boom creates yet another paradox in Los Angeles.
The Los Angeles Fashion District is a design, warehouse, and distribution nexus of the clothing, accessories and fabric industry in Downtown Los Angeles.
Each second Thursday in Downtown Los Angeles’s Historic Core are 3 major art events. The Downtown LA Art Walk touring approximately 50 galleries on a self guided walking tour from 4th to 7th and between Spring and Main.
Los Angeles has one of the most vibrant art scenes of any city in the world. We are also known from our street art, from the graffiti on the side of buildings to the street art.
When you are in downtown LA, be sure to make it a point to stop by The Last Bookstore located at 453 S Spring St on the ground floor. It is a must on your things to see and do in Los Angeles.
Moving into the DTLA Loft, some snapshots I took while I was setting up the gear. Much of it new and top of the line. Broncolor Siros lights that I absolutely LOVE with Profoto soft boxes.
At this point I have been in Downtown Los Angeles about 2 weeks. I’m still trying to get the studio build out finished, but I wanted to open up the space to American Photographic Artists for the APA-LA Board Meeting.