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.
When the pandemic first reared its head, California Governor Gavin Newsom was quick to assume the role of Dictator. Very quick. He said he was helping while he demolished our rights.
This fenced in, graffiti covered boarded up building used to be a Denny’s Restaurant at the intersection of the 101 and Sunset Boulevard. It’s joined the many restaurants that won’t be reopening after the year long COVID-19 closures on restaurants.
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.
As we rolled into 2020, nothing could have prepared the businesses on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for what was about to happen to them. Business was booming. Tourism was at record high levels.
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.
The Ivy Restaurant on Robertson in Beverly Hills is famous for its patio dining behind the white picket fence.
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.
The coronavirus, or more so the lockdowns implemented In a misguided effort to contain the virus, has burned a wide swath of destruction through Los Angeles.
Angela Marsden hit unintended fame when she taped a video about the unjust policies of California Governor Gavin Newsom and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti that closed her outdoor dining area down but then allowed NBC to set up a large outdoor dining area for a film crew 20 feet away from her patio.