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After. Photo via Group3 website
Before the flip (Google maps image)
We like this fence much better.
Just looking at the before and after, this seems like a flip that benefits the whole neighborhood.
These Atwater Village bungalows located at 3175 La Clede Ave. were finished up this month by Los Angeles rehab business Group3. For $575,000, [...]
It’s our favorite time of year, and some Atwater Village houses really take the cake for awesome Halloween decorations. Some residents really get into the holiday, and we love it!
Here are a few photos we’ve [...]
As previously reported, Casitas Avenue now hosts a handful of new theaters. The Mutineer Company recently joined the crowd after Jamie Paolinetti invited them to be in residence at The Atwater Playhouse. In September they remounted a work from last summer’s The Hollywood Fringe Festival, called Shaked and Speared, and will close their production of THE MILL this Sunday, October 31.
Founding Artistic Director Jon Cohn describes how he’d like Mutineer to work with the community:
Mutineer Theatre Company
“The neighborhood has been great. I have long been a fan of Atwater Village’s Club Tee Yee, Canele, Kaldi, and Baracoa and am eager to continue the exploration of venues for pre- and post-show celebration venues as well as recommendations to our audiences for must-do destinations on performance nights.”
Cohn continues to explain how the move will affect Mutineer, founded in 2007, on the basis of collaboration:
“Up until this point, Mutineer has been nomadic so Atwater Village (and Playhouse) does represent our first ‘home.’ Having a venue ups the ante for us considerably in terms of content creation, development, and infrastructure. It also serves as the catalyst for taking us to the next level as an arts organization while keeping us focused on our mission. We are incredibly grateful to Jamie and the rest of the company at the Atwater Playhouse for affording us this opportunity and sharing their home with us.”
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For the kiddies in Atwater Village tonight, we have Trick of Treat on the Boolevard, where families can go from business to business along Glendale Boulevard for treats and candies.
But maybe after the sun sets and the little ones have pillaged Glendale Boulevard, you want to get a little more adventurous in the scary department. While [...]
The annual Fall Festival: Trick or Treat on the BOOlevard hosted by the Atwater Village Neighborhood Council is tomorrow, Friday, October 29!
Starting at 3:30 pm at the Atwater Village Branch Library, there will be “magic and mayhem.” Trick or treating, music, bean bag toss, and abubble show goes from 4:30-6:30 pm. Free coffee and tea at [...]
Today at 2:00 pm, the Department of Rec and Parks, Tom LaBonge of CD4, and the Department of Public works will be holding a ground breaking ceremony for the North Atwater Park expansion and creek restoration.
As part of the city’s Los Angeles River Revitalization Plan, what’s left of the creek will be physically restored so that [...]
Not that we don’t appreciate certain city services, it’s the narrow streets in Atwater Village that make our [...]
The Rock ‘n’ Roll Los Angeles 1/2 Marathon is scheduled for Sunday, October 24, expect some road closures and delays as the marathon runs through communities including Atwater Village. The race will start in Griffith Park, cross the Hyperion Bridge, go through Silver Lake down Sunset Boulevard, alongside Echo Park Lake, and [...]