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  • For residents of North Hollywood and adjacent communities, going to a decent weekly farmers market means a Tuesday evening schlep to Sherman Oaks to the Woodman Avenue Farmers' Market, or joining the fray at the popular Sunday Studio City Farmers' Market. Starting Saturday, October 1st, though, the NoHo Arts District is getting their own weekly farmers' market.
  • This may bring about some closure for those who were adamant for so long that Fresh & Easy open a location in North Hollywood. Specifically in the area's retail core, NoHo Arts. And, before word came it would become a 24 Hour Fitness, specifically NoHo Arts-ers wanted F&E to take over the failed HOWS market.
  • If you know where to look, there's nutritious food all around us in LA
  • NOHO Scene Saturday 11 a.m. - 10 p.m.: Promising a new, improved take on the NoHo Arts Festival. Free theater, dance and music , art exhibits, film screenings and workshops, plus food and goods from NoHo merchants. Proudly sponsored by your CRA/LA. Free. MAP Brewery Art Walk Sat-Sun 11 a.m. - 6 p.m.: This twice-a-year event is all the reason you need to explore The Brewery, conveniently (though conspicuously) located north of Chinatown. Lots...
  • The block on Vineland between Otsego and Hesby is turning into a nice eclectic group of storefronts, even if there are only three. Starting to the north, there is a random Pirate store. Next to that, a fairly new hookah lounge. And then there is Lotus Vegan, which opened last week with a chef from Vegan Express who decided to go on her own. You'll recognize the menu as it is similar too all those...
  • The East Valley is finally getting its art house/indie movie theatre starting tomorrow -- at least the digging and construction part, that is. And unlike the two other Laemmle Theatres in the Valley, the new attraction in the NoHo Arts District will be more transit friendly with the confluence of the Metro Red and Orange lines nearby. The movie theater is the final phase of the NoHo Commons project, which includes the already-built HOWS Market,...
  • The bank building in 2007 (Lindsay William-Ross/LAist) NoHo's Bank Heist, making clever use in turning a onetime bank into a pretty decent restaurant in a neighborhood starved for pretty decent restaurants, had a short-lived tenure before a fire shut it down. For a while locals hung on, baited by word they would rebuild and reopen, only that day never came. Now the space in the heart of the NoHo Arts District will have a...
  • For the last nine months, the slowly burgeoning NoHo Arts District has been holding a monthly gem of an event that's received about zero buzz. It deserves a lot more than that. Hear NoHo, a product of the area's Business Improvement District, brings artists to a handful of venues for a night of music. For $10 last night, a wristband got attendees five hours of music and nine bands at three venues. It's definitely not...
  • If you consider having three storefronts in Los Angeles a chain, then PitFire Pizza Company is just that. However, for a chain, their food is excellent. And a few LAist Featured Photos contributors prove that with their photography at each of their locations: NoHo Arts District, Downtown and Westwood. Submit your Eye Nosh food 'porn' photos and mini-reviews to LAist via LAist Featured Photos on Flickr....
  • NoHo Arts is a burgeoning East Valley area that occupies one very eclectic, historic, and active square mile within the limits of North Hollywood proper. The past couple of years have seen a dramatic increase in multi-use condo construction and the arrival of chain retail and food purveyors thanks in part to the neighborhood's role as major transit hub (NoHo Arts hosts the termini of both the Red and the Orange Lines) and the...
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