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Hidden Gems in Los Feliz

06/26/2014

Esther Tseng

Whether the Hills, Estate, Knolls or Village of Los Feliz, this neighborhood is proudly inhabited by a diverse set of ethnicities, ages and incomes. Los Feliz, along with Griffith Park to the north, made up one of the first land grants in California, to Corporal José Vicente Feliz.

With Hollywood to the west, Silver Lake to the south and Atwater village to the east, the hillside neighborhood is home to some of the most outstanding architecture in Los Angeles County, but also the birthplace of many a motion picture and TV studio. Read on and discover the must-see, hidden gems of Los Feliz, from an architectural landmark to a red-hot dining destination.

Discover Hollywood Car Free

04/09/2013

Discover Los Angeles

No doubt about it, Los Angeles is the Entertainment Capital of the World and you can delve right into it by exploring Hollywood on foot. The beauty of the region is that, while Hollywood covers a lot of ground geographically, many of its primary attractions are near each other. Plus the Metro Rail Red Line runs under much of the area, meaning that seeing stars doesn’t necessarily require driving cars.

  • Recommended Methods of Travel: Metro, Walking
  • Total Distance: .4 miles. Walking Distance: .4 miles

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Gay Los Angeles: Hollywood

10/16/2012

Frontiers LA

Tinseltown offers visitors and locals alike an entire rainbow of attractions and activities. Read on to find out more about Gay L.A.: The Hollywood edition.