Snapshot of the sun going down over the Hollywood Hills, with a great splash of colors.
Posts tagged ‘West Hollywood’
Here is a model of West Hollywood; part of the architectural modeling for a new project at Crescent Heights and Sunset Boulevard. This scale model was part of the short-term Frank Gehry exhibit at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA). The renovation at 8100 – 8150 Sunset Blvd that is in process, (as WeHo residents know), is the focus, (note the white building amongst the beige).
The perspective of this photograph is from essentially Fairfax Avenue at Sunset Blvd to the west- the round building in the front is the Director’s Guild of America building– covering the Sunset Strip and towards the Hollywood Hills.
Looking out over West Hollywood over a triangle of pool balls.
After a great New Year’s Party came the New Year’s Day- and one of the treats for the partygoers in the Hollywood Hills is house at the top of the hill, which has a replica of the famous Times Square NYE Ball, (pardon, the Waterford Crystal Times Square New Year’s Eve Ball), that actually does drop for the New Year Countdown.
However, in the light of day, you’re able to see the ball, without the lights- and this is it. In fact, here is a more detailed look.
Happy New Year everyone!
Didja know the King of Atlantis can belt out the tunes as well…?
James Callis singing at a Bear McCreary concert at The Roxy in West Hollywood.
Snapshot of the Trevor Project volunteers marching in the LA Pride 2014 Parade in West Hollywood.
The Trevor Project is an American non-profit organization founded in 1998 and the leading national organization focused on suicide prevention efforts among lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning youth. You can find out more on their website here.
WARNER DRIVE is an original rock based outfit from Hollywood, CA that features catchy riffs, a rock/punk edge, and an incredibly energetic performance. They performed at the Roxy in West Hollywood, (itself a history-draped music stage), and these are a couple of shots of their performance.
Jonny Law – Vocals
Ryan Harris – Guitar
Candice Levinson – Guitar
Elvis James – Bass
Jonny U – Drums
They’ve got a solid beat if you still love rock and roll- you can check out their homepage here.
A model posing while dressed as the self-proclaimed “Mistress of the Night” during the Halloween Street Festival in West Hollywood along Santa Monica Boulevard. The subtle undead make-up in combination with the less subtle mustress make-up gives a nice contrastual mix to the costume.