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.
Perhaps the most breathtaking views of Los Angeles and the Hollywood Sign are from the Griffith Observatory, one of LA’s top landmarks.
When you are planning your dinner around the hopes you’ll see a celebrity eating next to you, Los Feliz isn’t likely to be the first place you think of booking your reservations.
While Miss Kitty Fairlane is waiting to get her big break in Hollywood, she took on a gig as a tour guide for Totally-LA showing you all of the LA tourist attractions in the way only Miss Kitty can do!
Throughout Los Angeles is a network of thousands of staircases that were used in the day before the automobile to help get homeowners on the steep hills down to the Red Car Trolly Lines below.
Before Hollywood was an area once know as Edendale which was home to the studios of the silent film era and some of the greatest creatives in history including Walt Disney.
If you have ever wanted to live inside a storybook, you can. The book is called Snow White and it sits on the edge of a coffee table called Los Feliz in a house called Los Angeles with Walt Disney’s old studios right there in the next room.
Intolerence in Hollywood actually started in Los Feliz back in 1916 and has since moved to the heart of the Hollywood Walk of Fame at the Hollywood Highland Center.
Perhaps one of the greatest creators of our time was Walt Disney. From his humble beginnings as a cartoonist staying with his uncle in Los Feliz he moved forward to create an empire that has brought joy to billions of people around the world.
A friend of mine mentioned the Shakespeare Bridge to me in conversation so I decided to go and check it out.