Opened in 1971, the school and repair shop has stayed in the same storefront on Glendale Boulevard for over four decades. It's also where the owner met his wife.
During the late 1960s and early 1970s, pirates in Los Angeles provided a window into the tensions over access to music that besets the difficult relationship that exists between ar
The sing-along event transformed the auto-centric space into a public gathering space.
Sasha is content just to be living his life on his own terms, doing something he thoroughly enjoys: building and playing guitars.
This week L.A. Letters highlights two evenings of live music and a band of high school musicians.
"People could actually hold a symbol of their affinity in their hands -- their love of being a deejay or collecting records or dancing -- and consume it as if were like Catholic co