On January 1, 1976, an art student at Cal State Northridge named Danny Finegood used some curtains to change the HOLLYWOOD sign to read “HOLLYWEED” for a school project involving scale. He earned an ‘A’ in his art class for the stunt. Later that month, the rebellious feat inspired a folk song.
Hollywood’s Best Party by Plastic Jesus
A look at what’s popping this weekend in New York and Los Angeles.
A look at some shows opening up on Friday and Saturday in Los Angeles and San Francisco.
A look through what’s popping this weekend in New York, Los Angeles, and San Francisco.
A look through last weekend’s Art Los Angeles Contemporary fair.
One art book fair, two art fairs, and a whole lot more.
Mike Mills’ creative journey
A few good things popping in the land of sun and palm trees.
Everyone loves tacos. That’s just a fact of life. So it makes sense that the best place to find the largest cross-section of interesting people would be a taco spot at night. It’s with this in mind that L.A. Taco presents a unique look at Los Angeles through interviews with people waiting to get their delicious food.
Imagine driving a car—your car—to the end of a cul de sac in the Hollywood Hills where you park it inside of a garage carved into a hill. Upon exiting the vehicle, you and your date walk through a gated tunnel to a private elevator where you’re whisked up 6 stories to the top of a Tuscan tower. After stuffing everything back into place, you and your date arrive at your front door high above Hollywood BLVD. You remark “this is where David Copperfield used to live” and now my friend, this is where you live, and you’re the one with the magical powers. Featuring hardwood floors, a washer/dryer, and excellent views from the terrace, this one bedroom apartment is a sun-filled world away from that old studio you used to rent in the city that never sleeps. So sleep in, and look forward to many more elevator rides to your new heaven.