Both Boris Karloff and his frequent costar and rival Bela Lugosi spent some happy years living in our area, the former in Toluca Lake in the 1930s and the latter in North Hollywood a decade later.
“We would not be the same family without them!” says longtime Toluca Lake resident Carolyn Goldstein of dogs Jeter, Boomer and Sophie, and she isn’t alone in that sentiment; dozens of local readers have sent us sweet tales about their bond with their canine companions.
With more than 1,500 followers on Instagram, Humphrey may be Toluca Lake’s leading canine influencer. His outgoing personality, expressive face and striking appearance make him a natural at social media.
You never quite know what you’ll see at the weekly classic car show at Bob’s Big Boy in Burbank, which draws car collectors, enthusiasts and sightseers from all over Southern California and beyond.
Actor and environmental advocate Ed Begley Jr. and his wife, Rachelle Carson-Begley, spent five years building a house in Studio City that would meet his stringent sustainability requirements while fulfilling her aesthetic vision. The Begleys graciously showed us around their innovative home and shared their expertise on going green.
For a fun and easy way to reduce your environmental footprint while supporting a worthy charity, look no further than Toluca Lake’s own American Cancer Society Discovery Shop on Riverside Drive.