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August 25, 2011

East Hollywood Street BeatEast Hollywood Street Beat

takes back

the streets,  

one step at a time


Community members confront
public safety concerns in weekly walks

East Hollywood's Street Beat celebrates Thursday evenings by taking to the streets on walking tours that celebrate the personality and character of LA's most densely populated and park-poorest neighborhoods, confronting public safety issues head-on.   


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ArtCycle boldly ventures

where the Downtown Art Walk
fears to tread


East Hollywood puts the Art, the Cyclists, the Food Trucks, and the entertainment where they belong, on the streets of Los Angeles. 


On Saturday, September 17, ArtCycle's vision for bringing public space to life takes over Santa Monica Boulevard, from Vermont Avenue to Virgil Avenue, opening the street to people and closing it to motor vehicles, creating a temporary open-air gallery that features artists and artisans creating arts and crafts, bike tours of local galleries and architecture, live music on two stages, opportunities to create and activities for all ages.

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Parking Day LACurbside metered parking: best real estate deal
in town!


The debate over open, public, and green space takes to the streets as Park[ing] Day LA proclaims
"Streets are for People!"


On Friday, September 16, the 5th annual celebration of

Park[ing] Day LA hits the streets as Park-itects throughout the city step up to the curb, put a quarter in the meter, and proceed to transform metered curbside parking into urban parks, just for the day.


Park[ing] Day LA challenges the status quo and is designed to stir a conversation or dialogue on open space, public space, green space, and to inspire a vision of a city where "Streets are for People!"


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LA Congress of NeighborhoodsLA's neighborhood councils present
Congress of Neighborhoods

"Increasing Public Participation in Government!"


Neighborhood Council leaders from throughout the city have partnered with the Department of Neighborhood Empowerment (DONE) in bringing the 2011 LA Congress of Neighborhoods to LA's City Hall on Saturday, September 24, from 7:45 a.m. to 4:00 p.m.


Los Angeles has 95 certified neighborhood councils and the Congress of Neighborhoods is designed by council leaders so that there is something for everybody, from curious stakeholders to new board members to seasoned veterans of the civic engagement process to city hall insiders.


The event is free, it includes breakfast and lunch, and

registration only takes a moment.


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Sat, Sep 3, 10am


6501 Fountain Ave.

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East Hollywood
Street Beat

Thursday evenings

7:00 pm - 9:00 pm
"Walk the streets, meet your neighbors,
stroll with the LAPD, make new friends
and invite members of the community
to join us in enjoying the summer nights!"


Park[ing] Day LA

"Edible Streets!"

Fri, Sept 16

"an annual, worldwide event that transforms metered parking spots
into temporary parks for the public good"


East Hollywood ArtCycle

Sat, Sept 17

2:00 pm - 10:00 pm


between Vermont & Virgil

Los Angeles, CA 90029


LA Congress of Neighborhoods

Sat, Sept 24 
7:45 am - 4:00 pm
"To promote more citizen participation
in government
and make government more responsive
to local needs"
~ Los Angeles City Charter, Article IX


200 Spring Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012


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