The Munster Koach made its debut 50 years ago on an episode of the 1964-66 sitcom classic, "The Munsters." Fifty years ago, the world got its first gander at one of the hottest hot rods ever: the Munster Koach.
Spider-Man could soon swing over Beijing, chasing Optimus Prime and despicable minions through a $3.3 billion Universal theme park aimed at capitalizing on China's rising middle class and growing demand for all things animated. China has been a major booster of animated movies such as "Transformers: Age of Extinction" - which was partly filmed in China - and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2." Brand is becoming more important to Chinese market as its middle class pours cash into entertainment, and malls and parks across China are installing animation and cartoon-themed attractions to woo visitors, says global architecture firm AECOM.
As part of Disney/ABC Television Group's ongoing commitment to find, foster and champion diverse talent, ABC Casting will present its 34th annual 2014 Talent Showcase TUESDAY, OCTOBER 28 at the El Portal Theatre Center for Performing Arts in North Hollywood. Twenty featured actors, selected from nearly 7,000 candidates who submitted resumes and approximately 700 who auditioned for ABC casting executives in Los Angeles, will participate in the showcase.
Home of blooming talents, top headliners and celebs showing up unannounced on small stages for a quick set, L.A. is where the country's top comic talent gravitates to make you -- and, more importantly, that guy from Fox -- laugh. From the South Bay to the Westside to North Hollywood to a vaunted stage in Pasadena where a young Robin Williams and some ex-weatherman named David Letterman once showed promise, these comedy venues consistently deliver hilarious goods.
Broadway Veteran Arminae Reames and Artistic director of one of the valleys most loved youth musical theater programs, Stage Right Productions La, is back with the award winning JUNIE B. JONES THE MUSICAl at the NOHO Arts Center 11136 Magnolia Blvd. North HOllywood 91601. Showtimes are 3 and 7 pm on Saturday November 15th and 2 and 5 pm on Sunday November 16th.
Hollywood will get an injection of Israeli cinema on Thursday evening, as the curtain rises on the 28th Israel Film Festival in Los Angeles. In tune with the fest's birthday, 28 feature and documentary films representing the best of Holy Land cinema will be screened at the two-week festival, in theaters from Beverly Hills to Encino to North Hollywood.
Long before there was a Faviken, a Relae, or even a Noma, many refined gastronauts came to appreciate Nordic food in a very different way than we understand it today thanks to a groundbreaking... Canlis has been Seattle's first word in special-occasion dining since time immemorial-or at least since 1950, when Peter Canlis commissioned Pacific Northwest architect Roland Terry to envision a... Brunch, lunch, whatever one does or doesn't want to call it: I've found few dishes as sustaining on an early Sunday afternoon than the plate of braised bacon at Sitka & Spruce on Seattle's Capitol... Welcome back to Consumed, a new video series in which Editorial Producer Kat Odell combs Manhattan and the surrounding areas for one-of-a-kind eats and drinks.
Yesterday, the L.A. Times ran Lack of Parking Drives Many Away from Mass Transit , an article by Laura Nelson. The Times starts with the example of a San Fernando Valley Metro Red Line commuter nearly missing grabbing a parking space.
Ramon C. Cortines, who led L.A. Unified School District in 2000 and again from 2008 to 2011, agreed to return again through June. "We have some major challenges that together we have to address," he said on his first day back.
North Hollywood resident Dae McDonald joined the Army Reserve to help pay for college and travel. What she didn't realize was that being in the military would help her in almost every aspect of her life.
It was a Thursday evening, October 21st, 2004 when I saw with my Dell Inspiron at the Starbucks at Coldwater and Victory in North Hollywood reading about the demise of The Fourth Floor, the original anony-blog covering City Hall intrigue. The blog runner had decided to shut down because there was intense pressure coming from a few City Council offices to "out" the blogger.
Actors Annabelle Gurwitch and Stephen Tobolowski and poet Wendy Ortiz will be reading at the Lit Crawl in North Hollywood on Wednesday. Actors Annabelle Gurwitch and Stephen Tobolowski and poet Wendy Ortiz will be reading at the Lit Crawl in North Hollywood on Wednesday.
The MTA estimates that the Red Line loses as many as 1,500 riders a day because the North Hollywood station's parking lot fills up by 7:30 a.m. The MTA estimates that the Red Line loses as many as 1,500 riders a day because the North Hollywood station's parking lot fills up by 7:30 a.m. Los Angeles County has funneled billions of dollars over the last two decades into new rail lines to lure commuters out of their cars and off the region's overcrowded freeways. But many would-be train riders are struggling with how to start.
As a player, doesn't it drive you crazy when you learn that someone hit the lottery, but doesn't step forward to quickly claim their prize? It's been nearly a week since a ticket sold in North Hollywood matched five out of six numbers in the Mega Millions drawing on Oct.14. So why on earth would someone wait so long to bring it in and claim their $255,171? Are you ready for this? Farhad Opiani told us he knew the very next day that he had won more than a quarter of a million dollars.